Michelle Mello (BA ’93) is a leading empirical health law scholar whose research is focused on understanding the effects of law and regulation on health care delivery and population health outcomes. She holds a joint appointment at the Stanford University School of Medicine in the Department of Health Research and Policy. Here, she discusses how data-driven research supports major changes in the medical liability system to create a better health care environment for patients and providers. Learn more about Mello and her scholarship here: http://stanford.io/1WNNDX5
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