Oliver selected for State Department event on addiction policy
Presenting on End of Life Issues at AiA conference
Oliver was selected to participate in a three-day program in Cleveland on addiction policy with a focus on the opioid epidemic. The program is part of the Alumni Thematic International Exchange Seminar (TIES) series, which bring together alums of State Department exchanges with an interest in a public policy issue.
New blog at Harvard Bill of Health
Oliver presented on end-of-life issues at the 2018 Aging in American conference.
Blogging for Harvard health law center
Oliver's new blog at Bill of Health, the health law blog for the Petrie Flom Center at Harvard Law School, features a discussion of the right to try and the right to die.
New year, old stories: A History of Medicine
Following the Petrie Flom Center's 2017 transparency conference, Oliver has started as a blogger with the center's Bill of Health.
You can find his first blog here.
Proposing a new paradigm in cross-border health information exchange
The year kicked off with the publication of the third edition of A History of Medicine with Professor Lois Magner. Given last year's dramatic debate over the Affordable Care Act, this is an excellent time to reflect on what was and how our system came to be.
Presenting at the Second International Conference on the End of Life
Building off his 2016 law review article, Oliver co-wrote a white paper on health information exchange between the United States and Canada and recommendations from expert panels at a December 2016 workshop.
Presenting at Harvard's annual health law conference
Oliver presented an upcoming paper, "Trying and Dying: Are Some Wishes Better?" This paper discusses the debates over the right to try and the right to die in American politics and law.
Loyola health law journal publishes global health IT article
Oliver participated in the 2017 Petrie-Flom Center Annual Conference at the Harvard Law School. Entitled “Transparency in Health and Health Care: Legal and Ethical Possibilities and Limits,” the focus was on the legal, ethical, and policy concerns about consumer transparency.
Oliver's article on cross-border health information exchange was published in the Annals of Health Law, a leading health law journal at Loyola University-Chicago School of Law. His article provided the basis for a white paper sponsored by Cross-Border Health and Personalized Health Care Alliance.