Can the Law Solve the Healthcare Crisis? Cutting Costs Through Restructuring, Regulation, and Innovation

March 20, 2015 • 9:30 AM • Sanford Rubenstein Hall

This Conference addresses ways the law can help slow the rising cost of healthcare. It will consist of four panels: "Who is to blame?," "How can the ACA be improved?," "What further regulations should exist?," and "How can we further incentivize innovation?." Physicians, the CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC, and Professors from Duke Law, Fuqua School of Business, UNC Law, Berkeley Law and Brandeis will staff these panels. The keynote address will be given by Stuart Altman of Brandeis University. The Conference will culminate in an interview of author David Goldhill by Duke Law's Barak Richman. Sponsored by Duke Law and Economics Society and Duke Health Law Society. For more information, please contact Kyle Jaep at