Many are scrambling to respond to the latest ACA developments because the compliance requirements will begin in 2013 and the law officially goes live beginning in October.
If you are one of those individuals looking for context, here are some of the comprehensive articles written over time covering some of the key problems facing this country.
If you are looking for answers to more specific questions, contact me today.
The Affordable Care Act is the largest piece of legislation passed in our lifetime and it will have numerous direct and indirect consequences from of us all.
Spending on health care makes up 1/6 of our total economic spending and experts predict this number to increase. As costs rise, the political will emerged to change the system, ultimately leading to the adoption of the Affordable Care Act after nearly two years of debate.
The mother of all entitlement programs, she was where health reform began, and will likely be its end game. What is this complicated program and how does it change under the ACA?
Are we getting enough bang for our health care buck? The United States spends more per capita than any other industrialized country but does that doesn’t necessarily lead to better care. What does the health care law do to curb rising costs?
The ACA includes several provisions that will impact the small business community which act as the largest employer in the State. What are these changes and how will they affect your business?
If the United States does not get its fiscal house in order, trouble looms. The fiscal cliff is a culmination of automatic spending cuts and increased taxes. What many do not realize is the impact both Obamacare and the aging population will have on our debt and thus future generations.
The ACA relies on the States for implementation and thus far many been reluctant. A few have capitalized on available federal dollars while others have signed on with other states to take legal action. What exactly can we expect from our local leaders?
What are they? Experts say they will be an online shopping mall similar to Priceline.com, yet they still remain controversial in State Legislatures for political reasons. What is their purpose and why are they contentious?
A thorn in the side of many state policymakers, Medicaid, is another expanding entitlement program expected to cover an additional 15 million Americans beginning in 2014. How are states coping with a new funding mandate and what can we expect going forward?
I wrote an article for the Reader following the Supreme Court ruling. Check out what the Affordable Care Act may mean for you.
As technology continues to evolve, experts anticipate telehealth and remote monitoring to play integral roles in providing primary care at home.
An immediate Republican battle cry, repeal and replace efforts failed to advance past the United States Senate but House Republicans released a counter proposal to curb entitlement spending. What is it and how would it impact you?
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