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Legal Studies Dept.
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A full-time member of the University
of Pennsylvania faculty
since 1970, Arnold Rosoff is Professor of Legal
Studies and Health Care Systems at The Wharton School and a Senior Fellow of
Penn’s Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics. Since 2004, he has been a faculty member in
the Penn Medical School’s
Graduate Program in
Public Health Studies program (MPH).
He has chaired Wharton's Department of Legal Studies and directed its
MBA Program for Executives and the Wharton Government and Business
Program. He is Faculty Master of
Fisher Hassenfeld College House, one of Penn’s
eleven residential learning programs.
Professor Rosoff teaches and researches in
the area of health law and policy and has written extensively on these
subjects. He is Deputy Editor of the Journal of Legal Medicine, a Fellow of
the American College of Legal Medicine, and a
member of editorial board of the Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics.
received his B.S. in Economics from Penn and his law degree from Columbia University. He clerked for the Third Circuit U.S. Court
of Appeals and practiced law with the Philadelphia
firm of Wolf, Block, Schorr
& Solis-Cohen. Principally through
AHMAC (the American Health Management and Consulting Corp.), he has consulted
to numerous private and governmental entities on health law and
organizational matters, with emphasis on HMOs and other prepaid health and
At various times in his career, Professor Rosoff
has served as Senior Health Law Advisor to the Health Care Financing
Administration (DHEW) and has been a visiting faculty member at the Harvard
School of Public Health and at Keio University Medical
School in Tokyo,
a Guest Scholar at The Brookings Institution, and a Scholar-in-Residence at
of Medicine. In 1999, he was a Visiting Scholar at
INSEAD, in France,
studying how advances in information technology are changing the practice of
medicine. His recent research has
focused on the expanding use of Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) and Clinical
Practice Guidelines (CPGs) and ways in which the
electronic age is changing medical practice and physician-patient