The Second Circuit overturned a conviction citing First Amendment freedom of speech implications, explain Kabateck Brown Kellner attorneys.
The Office of Civil Rights released a new audit protocol, providing insight on meeting statutory requirements to covered entities, explain Ropes & Gray attorneys.
The PPACA is driving major conjunctions among California health system players to provide quality, cost-effective care, explains Richard Spohn of Nossaman.
As the Affordable Care Act enters its implementation phase, attorneys should be prepared to lead their clients through the labyrinth of change, says Paul DeMuro of Latham & Watkins.
Previously inapplicable employment laws require significant human resources oversight due to hospitals' new hiring practices, explains Hanson & Bridgett's Diane O'Malley.
The U.S. Supreme Court opinion on Medicaid expansion, while striking a compromise, altered the course of spending clause jurisprudence, explain Ropes & Gray attorneys.
Whatever the ruling, health care delivery and insurance markets will continue to evolve in the near future, explains Hilary Rowen of Sedgwick.
Small and large practices may be impacted by the health care reform as employers and insureds, explains Hilary Rowen of Sedgwick.
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