LegalJune 28, 2017

Wolters Kluwer announces white paper series on healthcare legislation

Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. today announced the launch of an authoritative and timely white paper series to track updates and provide analysis on the American Healthcare Act (AHCA) and Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), the proposed replacements for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) under consideration in Congress. 

The AHCA, which passed in the House of Representatives by a slim majority in May. A discussion draft of the BCRA was released in late June but the Senate has delayed any votes on the legislation until July. The first white paper in the series, entitled “How the AHCA Directly Impact Significant Parts of the ACA,” identifies and explains aspects of the ACA that are directly impacted by the AHCA. Wolters Kluwer's white paper series will track the legislation as new versions of the bill become available.

“Considering the impending changes proposed by lawmakers, healthcare, legal and compliance professionals need to understand the evolving regulatory landscape,” said Paul Clark, Health Law Analyst for Wolters Kluwer's Healthcare group. “Our series of white papers will help healthcare professionals to track changes in the legislation as they occur, measure the impacts, and manage compliance and reimbursement practices more efficiently.”

Download a free electronic copy of “How the AHCA Directly Impact Significant Parts of the ACA”

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