The signing into law of comprehensive health care reform legislation in late March 2010 marked a watershed event in the evolution of the U.S. health care system. With the stroke of a pen, President Barack Obama set in motion a series of complex, interrelated changes that will dramatically reshape the way care is delivered and paid for over the next ten years.
Whether the administration's goals of creating a more accessible, more efficient and higher quality system can be achieved remains to be seen. However, what is clear is that in the not-too-distant future, most health care stakeholders will begin to experience – to a greater or lesser extent – the first wave of changes triggered by this sweeping legislation.
Review our Health Reform Checklist, intended to guide you through the general compliance requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as you prepare now for 2014 and beyond.
Download our Affordable Care Act Timeline.
You can also download our Health Reform Brief, The Impact of Health Reform on Your Business: Why an Integrated Approach is Critical to Success, by clicking here. Our second Health Reform Brief, The Impact of Health Reform on Your Business: Navigating the Complexities of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, can be downloaded by clicking here.
What changes are on the horizon in the coming months for employers and individuals? The CBIZ Special Edition Tax Bulletin addresses the myriad of tax changes being implemented by the Federal government through 2014, what they mean to you and to your business, and provides some excellent food for thought on these upcoming matters. To download the CBIZ Special Edition Tax Bulletin, click here.
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Please note that the information provided herein is not intended to be, and should not be construed as, a legal or tax opinion or advice. It is recommended that you consult with your own attorney or other adviser relating to your specific circumstances or those of any person or entity you advise.