Pro Te: Solutio - Solutions For You: Benefits - Vol.4 No.1 - February 2011

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In This Issue:

Healthcare Fraud Enforcement: Statutes That Could Increase Potential Fraud Exposure - 3

The Reform Act & Sweeping Changes: Consequences Of Key Provisions Regarding Tax And Employee Benefits - 11

The greatest certainty in healthcare reform seems to be the tremendous amount of uncertainty, whether related to specific provisions or to the outcome of broader legal challenges to the legislation as a whole. But, assuming reform is here to stay, the impact a number of its provisions will have on the pharmaceutical, medical device, and healthcare industries — as well as on businesses more broadly — is known already. We are devoting this issue to ways in which the 2010 Healthcare Reform Act, in conjunction with the 2010 Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act, will affect you and your business as well as to the legal challenges already in motion that seek to avoid some of those affects.

Tax and Employee Benefit Consequences of Healthcare Reform gives a non-technical nuts and bolts outline of how healthcare reform will impact most businesses, yours included. It contains a chronological summary of the changes that will take place in each of the next four years and should serve as a handy reference tool.

Governmental action against both companies and individuals alleging fraud in the healthcare area have been on the rise for some time. Turning Up the H.E.A.T. in Healthcare Fraud Enforcement tells you how healthcare reform will ratchet up that effort even more.

Lawsuits Challenging the 2010 Healthcare Reform Legislation outlines the principal arguments in the lawsuits challenging healthcare reform and contains a summary of the status of these cases.

Our goal in Pro Te: Solutio is to help educate and inform about issues that confront you every day. We hope this issue will help you prepare for some of the challenges coming to all of us through healthcare reform.

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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Health Updates, Insurance Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Tax Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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