Don W. King

Title:
Visiting Scholar and Emeritus Professor of Neurology, Medical College of Georgia
Email:
[email protected]

Dr. King is a visiting scholar with the George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center and an emeritus professor of neurology at the Medical College of Georgia. While at MCG, Dr. King was the Director of the Adult Epilepsy Program, maintained a large clinical practice, and published widely on topics related to epilepsy. His present research interests include health care regulation and health care policy. Dr. King earned a B.A. from Baylor University, an M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch, and a J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law.

Education

B.A. from Baylor University
M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch
J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law

Publications

Don W. King, Public Interest Comment on the Office of Management and Budget’s Draft 2013 Report to Congress on the Benefits and Costs of Federal Regulations, Docket ID No. OMB-FRDOC-0001 (July 31, 2013). 

Don W. King, U.S. Health Care Reform: Comprehensive Insurance or Affordable Care?13 Engage, 4 (Oct., 2012).

Don W. King, U.S. Health Care Reform: Comprehensive Insurance or Affordable Care? 7 J. L., Econ., & Pol., 439 (2011).

Don W. King, State Health Care Reform: A Policy Resource for State Legislators, Policy Resource No. 6, Mercatus Center at George Mason University (Feb., 2009),. 

Don W. King, Contract as a Means of Medical Malpractice Reform, Policy Resource No. 4, Mercatus Center at George Mason University (July, 2007).

Don W. King, Federal Health Care Regulation, Policy Resource No. 2, Mercatus Center at George Mason University (March, 2006).