The Regulatory & Compliance community showcases the latest news from Washington D.C. pertaining to health care law in regard to state exchanges, individual mandate, SLR, and changes to the PPACA.
Amidst mixed public opinion, The Affordable Care Act will take effect in 2014, and the stream of newly insured patients will lead to an increase in retail health centers across the country.
A new survey released by Mercer, a global consulting leader, examines the evolution of employer thinking since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) was signed into law. The survey clearly demonstrates many businesses need more education and preparation in the upcoming months.
KHN: Employers will be able to increase rewards to workers who participate in wellness programs under final rules released Wednesday by the Obama administration.
Some of the 22 taxes embedded in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), more commonly referred to now as Obamacare, are starting to be imposed. Most people have already figured out how these taxes will increase the costs of health insurance coverage. The question is, how will these taxes impact other
New Tools to Help Employers Educate their Employees About Health Care Reform Law
State- and Market-Specific Strategies Needed to Navigate the Fragmented Response to Reform, From Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Exchanges to Star Ratings; HealthLeaders-InterStudy Leverages its Single State Health Plan Analysis Reports to Achieve Big Picture Clarity and Granular Insight on a State-by-State Level
Thomson Reuters Checkpoint Survey Identifies Challenges Accounting Firms Face as They Advise Clients on Implementation of U.S. Health Care Reform. New requirements create opportunity for firms that develop expertise in their consulting practices.
The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) has produced a survey of their members
The implementation of the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) remains one of the most complex and least understood aspects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. To help provide clarity to state policymakers, employers, brokers and health plans, the nation’s leader in developing
Exchanges create more bureaucracy and place more burdens on states already strapped for cash