Health Care Reform Resource Center
Signed into law by President Obama, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and its companion bill, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (HCERA), will in some form directly impact virtually all Americans and American employers. At more than 2,500 pages in length, the Act is detailed, complex and contains many provisions with both immediate and long-range changes to how Americans receive health care. Understanding and interpreting these sweeping changes is a top priority for all health care providers as well as for employers.
To help our clients sort through the myriad of issues and changes, our Health Care Reform Working Group has created a resource center to address the numerous legal areas that are impacted by the reform. Our group is here to provide insight on how health care reform may impact your company, your operations, your employees and your bottom line -- now and in the months and years ahead as various provisions of the law go into effect.
Look for updates and analyses in the following areas:
- Employer-sponsored health plans
- Fraud and abuse developments
- Requirements for nonprofit hospitals
- Provisions affecting insurance carriers
Our Health Care Reform Working Group includes attorneys from our Taxation & Wealth Planning, Employee Benefits and Compensation Planning, Labor and Employment, Health Law and Insurance Law practices.