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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds ACA - June 28, 2012

Read the opinion here.


 

 

AHLA has created the Supreme Court ACA Challenge Blog to relay important breaking news about the Supreme Court’s hearings and opinion on the challenge to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). Vist the blog for the latest information and analysis of this landmark Supreme Court decision.

 Insights & Analysis

Tax-Related Provisions Of The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act - (member protected material) 
By James R. Tandler, Angelo Ciavarella, and Jeffrey E. Kaylor, Reed Smith, LLP

Healthcare Reform—Upcoming Effective Dates For Employer-Sponsored Group Health Plans - (member protected material)
By Marlene P. Frank, Daniel C. Hagen, Elena Kaplan, Evan Miller, Gary G. Short, and J. Quitman Stephens, Jones Day

Transparency Requirements, Healthcare Fraud And Abuse Law Changes, And Program Integrity Provisions Enacted As Part Of Health Reform Legislation - (member protected material)
By Eric M. Baim, Thomas N. Bulleit, Isabel P. Dunst, Sara Kraner, Michael Levinson, Peter Spivack, Helen R. Trilling, Hogan & Hartson LLP

Current Status of Health Reform
Provided by Lisa Gilden & Michael Rodgers, from AHLA's Hospitals and Health Systems Law Institute, 2010

Executive Summaries:

The New Healthcare Delivery System: What Are Medical
Homes and Accountable Care Organizations?

Provided by: Business Law and Governance Practice Group

Alerts: The following are member protected material
Now That We Have Federal Healthcare Reform, How Will the States Actually Implement It?

Healthcare Reform Legislation: Healthcare Fraud and Abuse and Program Integrity Provisions

Healthcare Reform Legislation Delivers New Transparency Requirements for the Health Industry

Clarification of Confusion in Certain Date Provisions of Whole Hospital

Healthcare Reform: What Does It Mean for Physicians?

Additional Hospital Tax-Exempt Status Requirements Effective Soon

Three Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act That Address the Stark Self-Referral Act

Educational Papers:

Health Care Reform:Stark and Anti-Kickback Laws in a New Key
Beth Schermer Coppersmith, Schermer & Brockelman PLC & Vicki L. Robinson Chief, Industry Guidance Branch Office of Counsel to the HHS Inspector General
The Payment Puzzle:Innovative Strategies for Reforming Healthcare Payment
Jim Knutson, Aircraft Gear Corp. & Leah Stewart, Vinson & Elkins LLP

 Other Useful Links and Documents

***New***  Chart Summarizing Current Status of Key Healthcare Reform Challenges
Provided by Bruce Platt, Esquire, and Sheryl Denise Rosen, Esquire (Akerman Senterfitt, Tallahassee, FL) and Sponsored by the Payors, Plans, and Managed Care Practice Group.

Health Reform GPS

PYA ReformLoupe

Health Reform Implementation Timeline
Provided By The Kaiser Family Foundation

PPACA & HCERA Consolidated (Pub. L. No. 111-148 and Pub. L. No. 111-152).

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (H.R. 3590).

Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act (H.R. 4872), as approved by the House and incorporating the nine-page manager's amendment.

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 Task Force

Healthcare Reform Educational Task Force
Sponsored by several AHLA Practice Groups (member restricted content).

 Publications

 It is the importance of accountable care organizations (ACOs), as much as the uncertainty about their future, that makes The ACO Handbook: A Guide to Accountable Care Organizations necessary for those grappling with the changes brought about by healthcare reform. The contributors to this handbook are among the best professionals in America today who are seriously considering what it will take to succeed under the new healthcare environment. Their astute observations about the legal issues, both novel and familiar, likely to be encountered by those contemplating ACO development will be useful to the reader no matter what role these organizations ultimately play in the reformed U.S. healthcare system.

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