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Health Care Law, Policy, and Regulation

The Juris Master (JM) program is a master's degree that helps professionals gain the legal knowledge and skills to navigate complex regulatory environments, make informed decisions, assess risk, and jumpstart their careers.

The Health Care Law, Policy, and Regulation concentration explores topics related to health care regulation, mental health policy, law and public health, disability, the business of health care, and more.

Develop Your Skills

Students in Emory Law's Health Care Law, Policy, and Regulation concentration might study these kinds of issues:

  • Administrative agency law and actions
  • Anti-Kickback Statute & Stark Law
  • Confidentiality
  • Disability & Race Discrimination
  • Federal Medical Privacy Standards
  • Financial regulation of health care providers
  • Health Care Reform Policy
  • Health impacts of environmental toxins
  • Licensing Providers; Unlicensed Providers
  • Other Federal Laws Regulating Insurance: HIPAA, MHPAEA, Antidiscrimination Law
  • Physicians' Duty to Provide Care; Hospitals' Duty to Provide Care
  • Public health and the law