Whether you are for healthcare reform or against it, the reality is that it’s now enacted; and you need to know how it affects your business, as well as how to comply with it. The National Healthcare Reform is focused on providing you with the answers and solutions to your questions healthcare reform questions.
The 24th issue of National Healthcare Reform Magazine features an article by Dr. Matthew Kuntz, Ph.D. that explains the creation and function of Accountable Care Organizations and their potential impact on the healthcare industry. Also, author J. Dennis Wolfe details what he believes are the seven steps to help solve our healthcare crisis in the aftermath of the PPACA legislation.
Read the 24th issue of the monthly magazine dedicated exclusively to healthcare reform at: www.HealthcareReformMagazine.com
National Healthcare Reform Magazine is the official sponsor of the 3rd Annual National Healthcare Reform Conference (www.healthcarereformconference.com/)
The Healthcare Reform Magazine was created as the main source of information for employers, consultants, health insurance agents, insurance companies, healthcare providers, and governmental entities – as well as other health insurance and healthcare industry stakeholders - where they can learn more about healthcare reform.
Our publication provides a central point of education and information for the recently passed healthcare reform as well as explaining the new rules, regulations, and entities that PPACA’s passage has created.
Healthcare Reform Magazine promises to provide its readers with the most cutting edge advice and expertise; not by writers who know nothing about the industry, but by experts who are actively involved in healthcare reform and the health reform industry. By reading our publication you will gain practical advice that you can immediately use; advice and expertise that will provide you with a positive return on investment (ROI).
If you are interested in submitting an article, would like to ask a question, submit a response to the editor, or have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
For more information please contact:
Dan Alexander - Assistant Editor
National Healthcare Reform Magazine