B.A., Columbia; J.D., Yale; M.D., Yale
Areas of Expertise:
M. Gregg Bloche, M.D., J.D., is Professor of Law at Georgetown University and author of The Hippocratic Myth: Why Doctors Are Under Pressure to Ration Care, Practice Politics, and Compromise Their Promise to Heal. He is a nationally and internationally recognized expert on health law and policy. Bloche’s writing has appeared in a wide range of venues, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Health Affairs and the Journal of the American Medical Association; leading law reviews; and the New York Times, Washington Post, & other media outlets. He has also been a frequent commentator in national broadcast media. He was a health care advisor to President Obama’s 2008 campaign, as well as the presidential transition, and he spoke frequently for the campaign as a “surrogate.” Bloche has held teaching and research appointments at the University of Chicago, UCLA, and Columbia law schools, as well as the Brookings Institution, and the Harvard School of Public Health. He is a graduate of the law and medical schools at Yale, and he completed a residency in psychiatry at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. His awards and honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Robert Wood Johnson Investigator Award in Health Policy Research. Bloche serves on several editorial boards and has advised governments and non-profits in the U.S. and abroad on a wide range of health policy issues. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Book Chapters & Collected Works
"The war isn’t over, but Ukraine is already prosecuting Russian crimes," an opinion piece by Professor M. Gregg Bloche, in The Washington Post, April 28, 2022.
"What is a HIPPA violation?" coverage by ABC News, August 5, 2021, featuring Professor M. Gregg Bloche.
"2020 States with the Highest Uninsured Rates: Georgia Ranks 48th," coverage in AllOnGeorgia, October 8, 2020, Professor M. Gregg Bloche.
"Medicaid Expansion Should Be Part of Our Emergency Response," an opinion piece by Professor M. Gregg Bloche, appearing in The Hill, March 10, 2020.