With the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the associated reconciliation bill, the world has changed - - for citizens and health care providers, for employers and benefit providers, for insurance companies and pharmaceutical manufacturers. One part or other of this landmark legislation affects virtually every constituency that Pennsylvania lawyers represent. This manual and audio CD set puts it all together, and for good measure takes a look at the legal challenges that have been mounted to the statute by both state attorneys general and class action plaintiffs.
Summary of Contents:
Reed Smith Health Care Reform Review | PowerPoint: Reforming the American Health Care System - - Are the 2010 Reforms Enough? | An Insurance Regulator’s Perspective on Federal Health Reform; Overview of Potential Impacts of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act for the Health Insurance Industry in Pennsylvania | Health Reform Through A Physician Lens | Providers Beware: Health Care Reforms Make Failing To Promptly Refund Overpayments – Including Those Attributable to Identified Stark Violations – Potential False Claims Act Violations; Health Care Reform Includes Reporting Requirements Regarding Drug and Device Manufacturers’ Payments to Physicians and Teaching Hospitals; Stark Realities of Heath Care Reform | PowerPoint: Health Care Reform - - Short-Term Implementation, Long-Term Implications | Constitutional Issues.
Number of Pages: 452