Community Health Needs Assessments

Senate floor activity has made this the ACA’s biggest news week not involving Justice Roberts, but whatever news you have read, rest assured that it wasn’t really that simple.  Let us preach on it.

Shortly after noon EDT on July 25, Senator McConnell announced a vote on a motion to proceed to debate the National

Nearly three years ago, having spent hundreds of hours immersed in ACA minutiae, we anticipated that clients would not react well to fees for services that consisted principally of telling them that they had asked the wrong question. So we decided, against tradition and much conventional wisdom, to sink lots of unpaid partner time into

Recently, we have received requests to re-post prior articles on the 90-day waiting period, the employer mandate final rules (supplemented here, here, here and here), and our pop quiz for ACA consultants.  As we approach our 100th article, some readers apparently find the scroll-down browsing process tedious.  So do we.  Here

On January 29, 2014, the IRS updated its list of priority projects for the period ending July 1, 2014.  Though expressly disclaiming any promise to compete any listed project by any certain date, the IRS included among its unfinished priorities these much-needed ACA rules and guidance documents.

  • Regulations amending §1.419A-2T relating to collectively-bargained welfare benefit

What Is the Opportunity?

Medicaid DHS payments to hospitals, reflecting their uncompensated care burdens, exceeded $300,000,000 in 2011 in Alabama.  They topped $200,000,000 in Florida, $250,000,000 in Georgia and $150,000,000 in Mississippi. Much uncompensated care is attributable to patients with household incomes just a bit too high for Medicaid eligibility.  Many of those households