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.