After months of failed attempts to pass any health care reform legislation, it appears efforts to pass a bipartisan bill to improve the Affordable
On Friday October 6, 2017, the Trump administration released two interim final rules expanding the exemptions allowed under the Patient Protection
Employers, often including those that are publicly traded, traditionally have used fully insured medical programs to provide coverage for certain current and former executive officers and other key employees under employment agreements, severance arrangements and similar programs established to provide non-uniform coverage for such selected individuals.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the recently enacted health care reform legislation, added subsection (m)(6) to Section 162 of the Internal Revenue Code that denies a deduction to any "covered health insurance provider" for compensation paid to any employee in excess of $500,000.
Effective March 31, 2013, a manufacturer of covered drugs, biologicals, medical devices or medical supplies that provides a payment or other transfer of value to a physician or a teaching hospital must report to the government the recipient, the amount of the payment or other transfer, a description of the payment or transfer, and the purpose of the payment or transfer.