Jennifer L. Herbst
Jennifer L. Herbst
Professor of Law & Medical Sciences, Quinnipiac University Schools of Law & Medicine
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Developing a triage protocol for the COVID-19 pandemic: allocating scarce medical resources in a public health emergency
B Tolchin, SR Latham, L Bruce, LE Ferrante, K Kraschel, K Jubanyik, ...
J Clin Ethics 31 (4), 303-17, 2020
The Short-Sighted Value of Inefficiency: Why We Should Mind the Gap in the Reimbursement of Outpatient Prescription Drugs
J Herbst
Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet 2 (2), 2011
Tax-exempt hospitals and community health under the Affordable Care Act: Identifying and addressing unmet legal needs as social determinants of health
M Crossley, ET Tyler, JL Herbst
Public Health Reports 131 (1), 195-199, 2016
The ethics of caring for hospital-dependent patients
C Sung, JL Herbst
BMC Medical Ethics 18 (1), 1-6, 2017
How Medicare Part D, Medicaid, electronic prescribing, and ICD-10 could improve public health (but only if CMS lets them)
JL Herbst
Health Matrix 24, 209, 2014
Racial disparities in the SOFA score among patients hospitalized with COVID-19
B Tolchin, C Oladele, D Galusha, N Kashyap, M Showstark, J Bonito, ...
Plos one 16 (9), e0257608, 2021
Off-Label Promotion May Not Be Merely Commercial Speech
JL Herbst
Temp. L. Rev. 88, 43, 2015
The potential impact of triage protocols on racial disparities in clinical outcomes among COVID-positive patients in a large academic healthcare system
S Roy, M Showstark, B Tolchin, N Kashyap, J Bonito, MC Salazar, ...
Plos one 16 (9), e0256763, 2021
Public health law as a way to explore and develop professional identity
JL Herbst
The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 44 (1_suppl), 45-50, 2016
The False Claims Act: a review and policy recommendations
ME Schramm, JL Herbst, A Mattie
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 2014
Reflections on New Evidence on Crisis Standards of Care in the COVID-19 Pandemic.
B Tolchin, SR Latham, L Bruce, LE Ferrante, K Kraschel, K Jubanyik, ...
The Journal of Clinical Ethics 32 (4), 358-360, 2021
How Should Integrated Healthcare Systems Anticipate and Respond to Patient-Associated Violence?
AF Martinez, J Cartner, JL Herbst
The Journal of Hospital Ethics 6 (2), 77-86, 2019
The Ethics of fecal microbiota transplant as a tool for antimicrobial stewardship programs
TS Murray, J Herbst
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 47 (4), 541-554, 2019
Permanent Patients: Hospital Discharge Planning Meets Housing Insecurity
JL Herbst
Hastings Center Report 47 (1), 6, 2017
Extending Trauma-Informed Principles to Hospital System Policy Development
L Bruce, JL Herbst
The American Journal of Bioethics 22 (5), 65-68, 2022
First Amendment Protection of Evidence-Based Promotion of Prescription Drugs: A Study of Published Clinical Evidence Supporting Off-Label Promotion in the USA
J Herbst, V Richards, M Schramm, A Mattie
Pharmaceutical Medicine, 2017
A Small‐Town Heart
T Lahey, JL Herbst, MS Gross, BB Scully
Hastings Center Report 50 (6), 4-7, 2020
Hospital Taxes, Medicaid Supplemental Payments, and State Budgets
JL Herbst, SJ O’Brien, EG Chumas
Journal of Legal Medicine 40 (2), 135-170, 2020
Prescription drug coverage: medicine or science?
JL Herbst
Hastings Center Report 43 (4), 9-10, 2013
Ethical, Social, and Legal Issues Related to Molecular Genetic Testing
JL Herbst, JF Merz
Molecular Diagnostics, 545-552, 2006
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