P. Greg Gulick
Law College Building
648 N. Shaw Lane Rm 368
East Lansing, MI 48824-1300
Greg Gulick has sixteen years’ experience working as an attorney in the healthcare and health insurance industries working with large health systems and Fortune 50 insurance companies on regulatory compliance and transactional matters. Professor Gulick specializes in regulatory compliance working with healthcare statutes such as Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, and HIPAA as well as employee benefit statutes such as ERISA and COBRA. Most recently, he worked with a health plan owned by a large health system on coming into compliance with the PPACA (healthcare reform). Professor Gulick also has experience working on transactional matters, including outsourcing services to foreign countries, such as India.
Professor Gulick also served as an Assistant Professor with the Division of Public Health in the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine where he developed and taught courses in Public Health Administration, Telemedicine and Public Health and mHealth and eHealth in Public Health. He has published several articles on Telemedicine, including a chapter in a Public Health Nutrition textbook on the topic of Telehealth, Telemedicine, eHealth and mHealth in Nutrition Programs. His research interests include the intersection of healthcare, law and technology (such as mHealth) and healthcare financing and access issues.
Professor Gulick holds a J.D. (with a Concentration in Healthcare Law) from Indiana University McKinney School of Law - Indianapolis, a Master’s in Healthcare Administration (MHA) from Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA with a Specialization in International Business) from Marquette University Graduate School of Management as well as a B.S. in Psychology from Michigan State University.
- Health Care Law
(Formerly DCL 458) THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED AS EITHER 2 OR 3 CREDITS. Survey of major aspects of substantive health care law and regulation. Topics include: 1) Health care economics, including the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, health insurance, Medicare and Medicaid; 2) Health facility regulation, including quality assurance programs, licensing and Medicare-imposed operational requirements; 3) Health professional (practitioner) regulation, including board certification, licensure, medical staff credentialing and corporate practice of medicine; 4) Managed care, including organizational structures, regulation, contracting practices and vicarious liability; 5) Regulation of human subject research; 6) Personal autonomy, surrogate decisionmakers and death and dying; 7) Kickback, Fraud and Abuse and Stark II regulation of referral patterns; 8) Corporate structure and federal tax exemption of health care institutions. Medical malpractice and tort liability will not be emphasized. A final examination is required.