2018 Outlook on Health Care
Practicing health law and running a health-care organization won’t get any easier in 2018 as a health-care policy regime that confounded pundits and practitioners in 2017 remains in flux. Congress continues to make changes indirectly while federal agencies challenge health lawyers, and in-house counsel, to provide strategic business insights and accurate legal advice.
Against this backdrop, Bloomberg Law’s® 2018 Outlook on Health Careexplores what to expect from the federal regulatory agencies, Capitol Hill, and the insurance industry and looks at legal trends facing health-care providers and payers in the new year.
Download this complimentary report and gain further insight into the issues that matter most for health-care attorneys, such as:
- Republicans in Congress are rolling out an ambitious health agenda for 2018, seeking to achieve long-lasting policy goals, including repealing Obamacare, slowing the growth of Medicaid, and reforming Medicare.
- Health insurers will be looking for Affordable Care Act market stability, while the Medicaid program is poised to include major changes to push beneficiaries toward self-sufficiency in 2018.
- An expert analysis of the top 10 health law issues for the year from Bloomberg Law Health Care Advisory board members.