From the Technical to the Personal: Teaching and Learning Health Insurance Regulation and Reform image

Saint Louis University Law Journal, Vol. 61, no. 411
Allison K. Hoffman (Academic Fellow Alumna), Whitney A. Brown, and Lindsay Cutler


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In the Fall of 2016, I taught Health Law and Policy for the fourth consecutive semester. In this repeat loop, one thing has become increasingly clear: the aspect of this survey course that I work with most closely as a scholar—the regulation of health care financing and insurance, including the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)—is also the material that I find the most challenging to teach. Every time I reflect on teaching this material, and hear from students about how they learn this material, the thing that stands out is how critical it is that my students understand the profound impact that this technical subject has on individuals’ lives. 

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