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03.31.10

How Does the Health Reform Legislation Affect Self-Insured Plans?

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Analysis of the application of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to self-insured plans must begin with section 1562 of the Act, which adds section 715 to ERISA and section 9815 to the Internal Revenue Code. These provisions state that all of the provisions of Part A of Title XXVII of the Public Health […]

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02.01.10

Everything Relates to Everything Else: An Interview with Sara Rosenbaum

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Sara Rosenbaum is Chair of the Department of Health Policy and Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy. The O’Neill Institute’s Lester Feder spoke with her about the way forward after Republican Scott Brown’s election to represent Massachusetts in the US Senate. Lester Feder:  What are the options that Congress has right […]

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01.26.10

How to Finish up Health Care Reform: There is Only One Way

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The way forward for health care reform at this moment seems rather murky, indeed, one might say grim. Both the House and the Senate had adopted reform legislation prior to Christmas and the game plan going into January was to try to work out an informal agreement between House and Senate leadership that could be […]

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12.14.09

The Amended Title XXVII of the Public Health Service Act (really wonky stuff)

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The Senate bill enacts its health insurance reforms primarily by amending Part A of Title XXVII of the Public Health Service Act. Conforming amendments in section 1562 apply Part A to ERISA plans (except for sections 2716 and 2718 and others that don’t apply to group health plans), and to insurers in the individual market. […]

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11.23.09

The Senate Bill and the States

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In my post of November 16, Returning to the Articles of Confederation, I compared the position that I expected the Senate bill to take on the role of the states in implementing health reform unfavorably to the approach taken by the House bill. The language of the Senate bill is now available, and, unfortunately, it […]

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