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Paul J. Voss

Title/s:  Assistant Director, Health Sciences Loyola University of Chicago, Office of Research Services

Specialty Area: Health Law

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About

Paul J. Voss is an Assistant Director in the Office of Research Services in Loyola’s Health Sciences, drafting and negotiating agreements for the University’s participation in industry-sponsored clinical trials with drug and device companies.  Prior to that, he was a member of a national health law practice, representing and advising primarily physicians and medical staffs across the country on a variety of legal matters including exclusive hospital contract, employment, group practice, joint venture, practice sale, licensure and program participation, medical staff bylaw and staff privilege/credentialing, antitrust and fraud and abuse issues. He has also represented hospitals, state and national professional societies, acted as co-counsel on healthcare corporate and antitrust litigation and worked extensively on a special prosecutor’s investigation of alleged official misconduct.  Mr. Voss has also written materials on hospital contracts and alternative practice models for the American College of Radiology. He is the author of a chapter on hospital-medical staff issues in the 2013 edition of the Jones & Bartlett textbook, Problems in Health Care Law, Challenges for the 21st Century, and co-authored a chapter on the same topic with John Blum and Shawn Mathis for the 2016 Oxford Handbook of U.S. Health Law.   He and a former Loyola LLM student have prepared the “pocket part” updates for the last 3 editions of the “Physicians and Hospitals” chapter of The Law of Medical Practice in Illinois, published by West Publishing. In addition to teaching Introduction to Health Law at the law school for the past ten years, he also taught Healthcare Contracts for two years and has taught a health law course in Loyola’s Healthcare Management MBA Program since its inception. Among other courses he has taught at other universities, he taught a health law course for three years and now teaches an ethics course in the graduate programs of the School of Public Health at the University of Illinois-Chicago.

Degrees

BS, University of Illinois
JD, Loyola University Chicago School of Law