One of the more surprising provisions of the manager’s amendment to the Senate Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is an amendment to the “original source” requirement of the qui tam provisions of the Civil False Claims Act. The amendment is particularly surprising since it is stuck in the middle of Title I, the insurance […]
Transparency and disclosure are vital, although largely ignored, issues in health care reform. Health care is the most expensive thing that we as a nation consume, and one of the most dangerous. We spend over 17% of our national income on health care. Far more Americans die each year from medical errors than from auto […]
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