John V. Jacobi

Seton Hall Law School

John V. Jacobi is the Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law & Policy at Seton Hall Law School. He is Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School (Health Law)(2024, 2025). He was adjunct professor at NYU Law School (’22-’23) (Health Law) and adjunct professor at Seton Hall/HMH Medical School (Human Development) (’18-’23) Professor Jacobi’s teaching and scholarship has been in the areas of Health Finance, Insurance, and Access; Health Equity, Mental Health Law; and Disability Law. He has been principal investigator on many grant-funded projects on topics including behavioral health integration, mental health parity, supportive housing, and health insurance reform. He been in state government service in the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate and the Office of Counsel to the Governor of New Jersey, and serves on government advisory panels, on mental health and health finance. He serves on the boards of nonprofit organizations dedicated to health equity, health access and diversity and inclusion in health care. He received his B.A. (mathematics and philosophy) from SUNY College at Buffalo and his J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Presentation (PPT format): Total Cost of Care & Site Neutrality: Payment Reform and/or Health Reform