The Leonard Davis Institute hosts a panel talk on how the Affordable Care Act can be enhanced as a safety net. Panelists include Paula Chatterjee, associate professor at the Perelman School of Medicine; Dave Chokshi, a visiting fellow of New York Health Foundation; Carladenise Edwards, former chief strategy officer at Henry Ford Health System; and Dora Hughes, chief medical officer at CMS Innovation Center.Ends December 2, 0022
The Leonard David Institute invites Adam Sacarny, an assistant professor at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, to talk about how hospital mergers change or fail to change hospital behavior, performance, and outcomes.
The Penn Center Innovation celebrates Penn researchers and innovators who were named as inventors on patents issued to Penn this past fiscal year.
Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination at Penn
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Penn COVID Refund Settlement
The COVID pandemic created unprecedented challenges for colleges and universities to continue their operations – challenges that the University of Pennsylvania met with the extraordinary efforts of faculty and staff who worked tirelessly to support students in their studies. We also recognize that some of our students experienced unique challenges in continuing their academic programs remotely during the spring of 2020, and they sought compensation for charges that were paid anticipating in-person attendance. To resolve these claims, Penn has agreed to settle a putative class action lawsuit filed on behalf of students who were enrolled in the spring 2020 semester. More information about the settlement, including which current and former students may be entitled to any settlement proceeds, is available.