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Understanding the Health Care Reform Bill: An Immediate Look at the Potential Impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Aspatore Special Report)

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that was recently signed into law is slated to have a historic impact on health care in our country. The Act contains provisions to prevent fraud in the health care industry, create transparency requirements, provide funding for medical research, transform employer-sponsored health coverage, and develop new types of care providers. Impacted participants span the spectrum from health insurers and hospitals to drug companies and employers. What provisions of this new law stand out? What changes will they create to the overall health care system and its related parties? What role will attorneys play as these policies are implemented? Understanding the Health Care Reform Bill provides feedback from some of the nation’s leading legal minds on the pros and cons of the newly-enacted health care reform and the challenges of compliance for affected individuals and groups. These experts speculate on the short- and long-term impact of this law and offer advice to fellow attorneys on new responsibilities they will have as a result. This report offers readers an on-the-spot look at this issue as it continues to unfold.

Chapters Include:

1. Meredith S. Auten, Partner, Litigation, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP- “The Enhanced Focus on Compliance in the Health Care Reform Law”
2. Ron Chapman Jr. and Tom Christina, Shareholders, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart PC- “The Impact of Recent Legislation on Employer-Sponsored Health Coverage”
3. Stephen M. Goodman, Partner, Pryor Cashman LLP- “The U.S. Health Care Industry after Reform: Every Player Gets New Rules and the Details Matter”
4. Stephen G. Prom and bruce Platt, Shareholders, Akerman Senterfitt- “Accountable Care Organizations: The Next Wave of Medicare Services”

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