Monthly Archives: December 2013

Broad and Cassel Sponsors Continuing Education for Local Risk Managers

As the health care industry continues to adopt cost-cutting measures, extra funds for continuing education often are not available for risk managers. To help fill this gap, health law attorneys at Broad and Cassel have joined forces with the Florida … Continue reading

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Some States See Surprisingly Good Enrollment in the Obamacare Healthcare Exchange Plans

By: Fred Segal The consensus opinion by just about every expert, journalist, and even the White House itself, is that the Government did a poor job in its execution of rollout of the Healthcare Exchanges under the Patient Protection and … Continue reading

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Gabriel Imperato to be Featured Speaker at Health Care Fraud Seminar

Gabriel Imperato, the managing partner of Broad and Cassel’s Fort Lauderdale office, will be a featured speaker next week at a seminar hosted by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia. Imperato will speak on the “Affordable Care Act … Continue reading

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Dartmouth Releases Study on Market and Demographic Factors Effecting Forming ACOs

By: Joshua Boxer This past October, the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice published the findings of its study entitled, “Accountable Care Organizations in the United States: Market and Demographic Factors Associated with Formation,” in the Journal for … Continue reading

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