All Access Healthcare Series
2nd Annual Real Estate Summit
Spring Networking Reception
Fall Leadership Dinner
The healthcare reform work of the Westchester County Association is carried out by our WCA Healthcare Consortium, which is currently developing a new model to deliver high-quality, cost effective healthcare to residents of Westchester County and the region.Scroll down to keep up with what’s happening.
About 200 businessmen and women packed the Westchester County Association's Lunch & Learn: How the Exchanges will Impact How Business Buys and Uses Health Insurance today in Tarrytown, N.Y. to hear an all-star panel of experts describe how the Affordable Care Act will impact the health insurance market place...
New York consumers will receive $142,422,955 in health insurance rebates as a result of the work of the Westchester County Association's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Healthcare Reform and new provisions of the Affordable Care Act, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation report that was released earlier today...
Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act, insurance exchanges will be established in each state to “level the playing field” for those American consumers and businesses on the market to buy health care coverage. Those in favor say the exchanges …..
No one should be surprised, of course, but according to 2011 data, the six states with the highest average payouts for medical liability lawsuits are all home to current or recently named Judicial Hellholes. Collectively, these six states accounted for 51.4 percent of all such payouts nationwide last year.
As reported by Becker’s ASC Review, a new data analysis by Diederich Healthcare ranks the states from highest to lowest average medical lawsuit payouts, as recorded by the AMA’s National Practitioner Data Bank. And, drumroll please, the “top” six states are:
Last Friday marked the two-year anniversary of the 2010 health care overhaul law, and despite today's challenge in the Supreme Court, it has already begun to be implemented...