The obama administration’s announcement July 2 delaying the employer mandate provision in the federal health-care reform law shouldnt have come as surprise.
Last month, the Obama administration halted new enrollment in the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plan because of financial concerns. Industry observers knew the program would run short of funding, so the announcement was hardly a surprise. – See more at: http://managedhealthcareexecutive.modernmedicine.com/managed-healthcare-executive/news/interactive-what-we-dont-know-about-health-reform-what-we-dont-kno#sthash.3W0xozG4.dpuf
With just one year remaining before the largest parts of the federal health reform law take effect, 2013 will be a busy year for hospitals as they prepare for the biggest changes in healthcare since Medicare was introduced in 1965.
In an election season where undecided voters were courted like last chance prom dates and political rhetoric was at an all time high (or low depending on your point of view), the growing number of voters who just wanted the election to be over included an unlikely, but massive block of businesses: health insurers.
White Nelson Diehl Evans LLP, Irvine, presented Kick Off 2012 with New Goals, a forum for nonprofit leaders, on January 20. … Haskell & White LLP, Irvine and San Diego, announced a roundtable series to address the future of revenue recognition.