Loyola University Chicago School of Law is leading the way in Compliance Studies. Loyola is one of the few institutions in the country allowing students to earn masters level health law and business law degrees with a concentration in Compliance Studies.
Natalie Ratliff enrolled in the MJ in Health Law degree program in 2013, looking to further advance her career and expand her expertise in health policy and regulation. Learn more about her experiences as a student and advice for both current students and those considering an MJ degree.
On Friday, November 13, the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy and Annals of Health Law hosted its Ninth Annual Symposium titled “Consolidation and its Impact on Quality, Accessibility and Cost of Care.” Join us in-person or online to listen and learn from health care executives including the CEO of Ascension Health, Vice President at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Senior Director of Managed Care for Brookdale Senior Living, as well as leading policy analysts and academics.
On Thursday, August 13th the Beazley Institute for Health Law & Policy hosted a Loyola Health Law & Compliance Alumni Event at the brand new, beautiful Virgin Hotels Chicago in the loop. The event was a success with over 50 alumni who attended. We enjoyed seeing familiar faces and connecting with alums from our JD, LLM, and MJ programs. We want to thank those of you who attended!
Deloitte and Compliance Week recently published the 2015 Compliance Trends Survey report, which surveyed chief compliance officers (CCOs) across Corporate America on three questions: 1) Do compliance executives have the appropriate authority and resources to do their jobs?; 2) Are compliance executives assessing the right risks in the right way?; and 3) How do compliance executives use technology to tame the challenges they face?
In an eye-opening experience students in Loyola’s “Access to Health Care” course experienced first-hand the difficulty and complexity of obtaining proper medical care in the Rio Grande Valley. The course offered at Loyola University Chicago School of Law and taught by Prof. Larry Singer examines a different healthcare issue each year and concludes with a field study spring break trip.