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, ...
The Journal of clinical ethics 31 (4), 303-317, 2020
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
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
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
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
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
Off-Label Promotion May Not Be Merely Commercial Speech
JL Herbst
Temp. L. Rev. 88, 43, 2015
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
M E. Schramm, J L. Herbst, A Mattie
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing 8 (3), 295-313, 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
Extending trauma-informed principles to hospital system policy development
L Bruce, JL Herbst
The American Journal of Bioethics 22 (5), 65-68, 2022
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
Hospital Taxes, Medicaid Supplemental Payments, and State Budgets
JL Herbst, SJ O’Brien, EG Chumas
Journal of Legal Medicine 40 (2), 135-170, 2020
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
An Opportunity to Reconsider Fiduciary Framing in Medicine
JL Herbst
The American Journal of Bioethics 23 (12), 46-48, 2023
382 Moral Distress in Resuscitation Policy Implementation During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Study
K Jubanyik, R Vergara-Greeno, R Welch, N Kim, M Showstark, N Kashyap, ...
Annals of Emergency Medicine 82 (4), S167-S168, 2023
Racial Disparities in the SOFA Score Among Patients Hospitalized with COVID-19 (preprint)
B Tolchin, C Oladele, D Galusha, N Kashyap, M Showstark, J Bonito, ...
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