inadequate and ineffective at accomplishing their stated goals. Subsequently, Ms. Garg discusses the
flaws that she identifies in the federal demonstration projects as well as her suggested modifications to the
The entire Annals Editorial Staff would like to thank the authors who contributed their exceptional talent
and abundance of knowledge to this issue. It was our pleasure to work with you on this issue, and we
thank you for your constant professionalism, enthusiasm, and dedication to this publication. The Editorial
Board sincerely thanks every member of the Annals team for your hard work and persistence in editing
these articles, for without you, this publication would not have been possible. I would like to personally
thank my Executive Board members, Alissa Bugh, Brian Troutman, Logan Parker, Karim Hussein,
Kristin Peterson, and Carrie Gilbert, all of whom showed a level of dedication and passion for this
publication that surpassed my greatest expectations. A very special than you to Brian Troutman for his
patience and technical skill in transitioning Annals to an online publication. Finally, we would like to
thank the incredible staff at the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy for allowing each member of
the Annals team to learn and grow from our experience on the journal as we enter our legal professions.
We sincerely hope that you enjoy reading the Winter 2013 Issue of the Annals of Health Law.