Part-time Workers Confused by the Affordable Care Act

Our newest survey indicates that many part-time workers are confused about how the Affordable Care Act will affect them when it goes into affect in January, 2014. Our survey of 2,066 US adults, reveals that although the majority of workers (71%) have heard of the Act, many are confused about what the impact will be … Continue reading Part-time Workers Confused by the Affordable Care Act

Talking about the Affordable Care Act with Dr. Tim Porter-O'Grady

This week I spoke with our board member, Dr. Tim Porter-O'Grady about the implications of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for healthcare providers and for employers.  If your organization employs more that 50 full time equivalent employees, you are no doubt already grappling with what you'll need to do to comply with the act. Tim, … Continue reading Talking about the Affordable Care Act with Dr. Tim Porter-O'Grady

Debunking Catfish, Manti Te'o and the PPACA

We're all going to be hearing lots more about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in the coming year as organizations grapple with its full implications.  According to Paul DeCamp, partner, Jackson Lewis LL, "Many organizations had been taking a wait-and-see approach to PPACA compliance. Now that the election is over, it would be … Continue reading Debunking Catfish, Manti Te'o and the PPACA

The New Script for the Work of Health in America

Our board member Dr. Tim Porter O'Grady submitted the following guest blog interpreting the radical transformation of the US healthcare system required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  Technology can help, but the biggest changes will begin with linking process to outcomes via intelligent process design and meaningful analytics. Now that the Supreme … Continue reading The New Script for the Work of Health in America