The General Election 2012

How the outcome of the presidential and congressional races will shape provider strategy

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The long-awaited and vigorously campaigned general election is over—and its outcome carries many implications for all health care providers. What’s next for the rollout of the Affordable Care Act? How will Congress deal with the looming “fiscal cliff” at the end of 2012? Are further cuts to provider reimbursement (beyond the current sequester) on the table? What aspects of provider strategy will remain unchanged?

This presentation explores the strategic, financial, and operational implications for hospitals and health systems—and discusses the ongoing political debate about the future of health care reform and provider reimbursement that will continue well beyond the election.

Presenters: Rob Lazerow and Frederick Isasi

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Topics: Around the Nation, Market Trends, Strategy, Health Policy, Accountable Care, Payer and Regulatory Policy, Planning, Care Transformation, Performance Improvement, Finance, Reimbursement, Practice Management, Physician Issues