Peer Reviewed Journals & Law Reviews
Sallie Thieme Sanford, Designing Model Homes for the Changing Medical Neighborhood: A Multi-Payer Pilot Offers Lessons for ACO and PCMH Construction, 42 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1519-47 (2012).
Sallie Thieme Sanford, Basic Health: Its Past, Present and ACA-Option Future, Md. J. Health Care L. & Pol'y (forthcoming 2013).
Sallie Thieme Sanford, Teaching Health Law in Rural Ethiopia: Using a PEPFAR Partnership Framework and India's Shanbaug Decision to Shape a Course, 9 Ind. Health L. Rev. 487-501 (2012).
Sallie Thieme Sanford, What Scribner Wrought: How the Invention of Modern Dialysis Shaped Health Law and Policy, 13 Rich. J.L. & Pub. Int. 337-65 (2010).
Sallie Thieme Sanford, Candor After Kadlec: Why, Despite the Fifth Circuit's Decision, Hospitals Should Anticipate an Expanded Obligation to Disclose Risky Physician Behavior, 1 Drexel L. Rev. 398-438 (2009).
Sallie Thieme Sanford, On One Condition: At a Bed-Side Hearing, The Judge's Role Goes Beyond Issuing a Decision, 48 Judges J. 33-35 (2009).
Comment, Pretrial Access Rights: The Operation III-Wind Cases, 43 Fed. Comm. L.J. 79 (1990).
Sallie Thieme Sanford & Lisa A. Vincler, Academic Freedom and Proprietary Information, in The IACUC Handbook 365-84 (Jerald Silverman, Mark A. Suckow & Sreekant Murthy eds., CRC Press 2000).
Sallie Thieme Sanford, Unexpected Twists in the Affordable Care Act Decision, Jurist, July 13, 2012.
Sallie Sanford, The Impact of a "Middle-Management" Health Care Ruling, Jurist (July 5, 2011) .
Sallie Sanford, Is Health Care Reform Constitutional?, Jurist (Apr. 21, 2010).
Sallie Thieme Sanford, "Outward Bound: Do Food Allergies Keep Your Family Close to Home? It's Time to Venture Forth," Living Without, Vol. 11, No. 4 (June/July 2008).
Lisa A. Vincler and Sallie Thieme Sanford, eds. "Special Consents" chapter of Washington State Society of Healthcare Attorneys' Manual on Health Law (1999).
Cindy Howey and Sallie Thieme Sanford, Washington State annotations and legal discussion for "Decision-Making for Incompetent Patients" chapter of The Health Law Practice Guide, National Health Lawyers Association [now the American Health Law Association] (1998).