Therapeutic Discovery Tax Credit Applications Now Available

IRS application forms and instructions relating to the Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project ("QTDP") tax credit, created by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, are now available on the IRS website. This tax incentive will provide either a tax credit or a direct grant to eligible taxpayers …

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What happens if an insured plan loses grandfather status?

Insured plans need to determine the importance of grandfather status compared to the additional regulation for non-grandfathered plans.  As a practical matter, insurance providers will likely make this decision, but the employer should be aware of these issues.  We recently discussed the implications for …

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Five Action Items for Health Care Executives and Board Members, Part Three

Putting aside hotly contested issues such as the proper scope of federal authority and the cost of expanded coverage, the new law has pragmatic implications for health care providers in five broad areas that will affect provider activity in a number of different ways.  Today is the final post in the series. Five …

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Five Action Items for Health Care Executives and Board Members, Part Two

Putting aside hotly contested issues such as the proper scope of federal authority and the cost of expanded coverage, the new law has pragmatic implications for health care providers in five broad areas that will affect provider activity in a number of different ways.  Today is Part Two of covering the Five …

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Five Action Items for Health Care Executives and Board Members, Part One

Putting aside hotly contested issues such as the proper scope of federal authority and the cost of expanded coverage, the new law has pragmatic implications for health care providers in five broad areas that will affect provider activity in a number of different ways.  Today is Part One of covering the Five …

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Major Themes of Health Care Reform for Providers, Part Two

Putting aside hotly contested issues such as the proper scope of federal authority and the cost of expanded coverage, the new law has pragmatic implications for health care providers in five broad areas that will affect provider activity in a number of different ways.  Today is Day Two of covering the major …

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