• 05.21.19

    What Are the Top Medicaid Trends to Watch?

    Click here to watch our recent webinar free, on demand—and here to download a free copy of the presentation. Since its inception more than 50 years ago, Medicaid has evolved from a small health program, adjunct to welfare, to an integral part of the nation’s health insurance ...

  • 05.16.19

    Tapping Into Medicaid Financing Streams: Strategies for Medical-Legal Partnerships

    Medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) integrate legal professionals into healthcare settings to help patients address the underlying structural problems at the root of so many health inequities.

  • 05.15.19

    Influencer and Content Marketing: Challenges and Opportunities for Healthcare

    More than 93 million Americans—80% of Internet users—have searched online for a health-related topic, such as a particular medical treatment, doctor, hospital or health insurance. 1 In response, healthcare companies are expected to spend $1 billion online over the next five years. 2 ...

  • 05.13.19

    Drug Pricing Transparency Rule: What You Need to Know

    On May 8, the administration issued the much-anticipated final rule requiring drug manufacturers to disclose wholesale acquisition prices in their broadcast advertising.

  • 05.08.19

    Get in the Zone: New Regulations Incent Opportunity Zone Investment

    Final regulations for Opportunity Zone investment have been released. To learn more and about these final regulations and to receive a comprehensive overview of the OZ incentive, click here. On April 17, the long-awaited second set of proposed opportunity zone (OZ) regulations was released ...

  • 05.07.19

    Toward a National Standard: How the CCPA’s Impact Extends Beyond California

    Much has been written about California’s new, robust privacy legislation, which is slated to begin implementation in 2020.

  • 04.25.19

    What Is Changing in Federal Health Insurance Regulation for 2020?

      The annual Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters from the federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) sets key rules for the commercial health insurance market. This year, federal regulators are unusually late in publishing it, so health insurers may need to scramble to ...

  • 04.09.19

    What Do Recent Class Action Changes Mean for Healthcare?

    Healthcare organizations are prime targets for class action lawsuits. The healthcare industry tops the list for class action data breach lawsuits. Healthcare is among the top-three industries facing class action lawsuits around the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)—despite a TCPA ...

  • 04.02.19

    What Marketplace and Regulatory Drivers Are Transforming Healthcare M&A?

    The number of healthcare transactions reached a record-smashing 1,738 in 2018. 1 According to a new Capital One poll, mergers and acquisitions are the preferred growth vehicle for 44% of healthcare executives in 2019, indicating that we will continue to see M&A on the rise.

  • 03.27.19

    Ending the Opioid Epidemic: Leading-Edge Responses and Next Steps

      By Jessica Altman, Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner | Joel Ario, Managing Director, Manatt Health | Patrice Harris, MD, President-Elect, AMA | Susan Kansagra, MD, Section Chief, Chronic Disease and Injury, North Carolina Division of Public Health Between 1999 and 2017, ...



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