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How HUD Secretary Carson Might Affect Mortgage Lenders

President-elect Donald Trump’s recent decision to nominate Dr. Ben Carson as Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) carries potential implications for mortgage lenders. In accord with Trump’s...more

Employment Matters – UK - November 2016

Autumn Statement – Employment Issues The Chancellor has issued an autumn statement setting out certain proposed fiscal changes in the UK. One of these is to the Employee Shareholder Status (ESS) regime, which is set to...more

What Businesses Should Know About the 2016 North Carolina Legislative Session

The North Carolina General Assembly has completed its 2016 "short" session. A number of bills considered by Legislators will impact businesses of all types. Here are some highlights from this year's session....more

NC Legislative Update - May 2016 #2

Last Week - The week predominantly focused on the developing budget in the House. The bill filing deadline for budget bills and bills from study committees was last Tuesday. As a result of this deadline, numerous bills...more

NC Legislative Update - May 2016

This Week - Lawmakers had a relatively quiet week in terms of legislation. House appropriators reviewed the Governor’s budget proposals, and handful of bills moved as anticipated. House and Senate leadership agreed to a...more

Bumpy Road to Start the Legislative Session

Jones Street is like a gravel road right now – BUMPY! Just a month ago, in a rare move, the General Assembly called itself into session for one day to enact House Bill 2 which is now referred to as the “Bathroom Bill”. The...more

North Carolina 2016 Pre-Session Legislative Update

Gaveling in the 2016 Session - Lawmakers will return to Raleigh next week for the 2016 short session of the North Carolina General Assembly, which will gavel in at 7:00 PM on Monday, April 25th. Following a nine-month...more

News from Second and State

The capitol was a hive of activity this week, with both House of Representatives and the Senate in session for the start of a two-week stretch before the primary election. On Monday, the House Health Committee reported out...more

Labor and Employment Highlights of the December 2016 Omnibus Spending Bill

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed the $1.1 trillion Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016, the omnibus spending bill that will fund all federal agencies and government programs through September of 2016— and the...more

Washington Healthcare Update

This Week: Congress raced to exit for the holidays and passed a $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill and $680 billion tax-extenders package on Friday. The omnibus funds the government through September 2016. President Obama...more

South Carolina Legislative Update

We appreciate you following our updates and hope they have proved of value throughout the year. The update below is the last one for 2014 and we look forward to providing you with updates on the extensive deliberations and...more

Mexico’s online tax surveillance becomes operational

As part of the Tax Reform that became effective on January 1, 2014, the Mexican Congress passed a series of amendments to the Federal Tax Code for the purpose of modernizing and facilitating the compliance and enforcement of...more

Testing Hypotheses at the basis of medium-long term Projections of Health Care Expenditure

Testing Hypotheses at the basis of medium-long term Projections of Health Care Expenditure - The case of Italy The same methodology Oecd and Ecofin apply to project future trends of health care expenditue is here applied...more

Attorney Steven Getman: legal links of interest for the week ending November 16, 2012

Attorney Steven Getman: Legal links of interest for the week ending November 16, 2012 Friday, November 16, 2012 by Steven Getman Attorney Steven Getman notes some of the stories about the law and lawyers in the news...more

Spending Review e Universalismo Selettivo. La Sanità in Italia

Il primo passo obbligato per la spending review in sanità è l'inserimento di principi di selettività nell'offerta delle prestazioni. Dall'universalismo assoluto all'universalismo selettivo....more

SaniMod-Reg 2012-2030 by CeRM

Finalmente assieme proiezioni regionalizzate della spesa sanitaria (standard e lorda delle inefficienze) e proiezioni regionalizzate delle fonti di finanziamento. L'orizzonte si spinge sino al 2030, con quantificazioni anno...more

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Fight in Cost Neutral Enviroment.

Costs Free - Judge Roger Berner. ...more

Convegno su Federalismo Sanitario - 22 Luglio 2011 - Perugia

La prima parte della presentazione è dedicata al benchmarking interregionale basato su profili di spesa sanitaria per fascia di età. Questo confronto, a meno di alcuni aspetti che saranno precisati, può...more

Lavorare più a lungo, per lavorare tutti

L'allineamento all'Europa della durata del pensionamento implicherebbe che, da subito, tutti (uomini e donne) cominciassero ad andare in pensione con non meno di 65 anni di età, di fatto eliminando le uscite per...more


SANIREGIO 2011 di CeRM, Fabio Pammolli e Nicola C. Salerno...more

Short Summary di Saniregio-2011 (Pammolli e Salerno)

1. I gap di efficienza e di qualità tra Regioni hanno natura strutturale e trovano conferma impiegando metodologie di analisi diverse. Le cinque Regioni più devianti potrebbero liberare risorse per circa 9,4...more

Federalismo, Standard, Sostenibilità

Il giorno 14 Giugno 2011, a Rimini, Nicola C. Salerno rappresenta il CeRM al Simposio AFI - Associazione Farmaceutici Industria. Nel suo intervento, Salerno descrive le argomentazioni e le posizioni maturate nel corso del...more

Il riparto del FSN alla prova degli standard

Un commento sul confronto che Governo e Regioni stanno avendo in merito al riparto del Fsn di parte corrente per il 2011. Le decisioni che saranno prese sono molto importanti per la riforma federalista ma, proprio per questa...more

Commento allo schema di decreto sui fabbisogni standard in sanità (data 5 Novembre 2010)

Un commento allo schema di decreto sui fabbisogni standard in sanità: pounti innovativi ma anche incertezze e incompletezze. Adesso l'articolato è al vaglio delle Commissioni parlamentari e della Conferenza Stato-Regioni....more

Una proposta di nuove regole per il riparto del Fondo Sanitario Nazionale tra le Regioni (in ottemperanza della Legge n. 42/2009)

Si propongono nuove regole per l'assetto a regime della ripartizione tra Regioni del Fondo Sanitario Nazionale. Le nuove regole sono coerenti con il federalismo fiscale. Ncs...more

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