In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act enacted by Congress in 2010. What does this mean for primary care?
In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act enacted by Congress in 2010. What does this mean for you and your practice?
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Key Provisions of the Affordable Care Act for PhysiciansHere: a closer look at the key provisions that will affect you and your patients.
What the Supreme Court's ACA Ruling Means for Physicians
Here's how your colleagues are reacting to the Supreme Court's ruling.
Opinion: The Supreme Court's ACA Decision
How much will the Court's decision to uphold the individual mandate really matter, in the long run? Less than you think.
Healthcare Reform Timeline
The ACA includes several initiatives that will affect your practice. Here: a year-by-year outline of the biggest benchmarks.
Medicare's New Annual Wellness Visit
Medicare is offering beneficiaries a new once-a-year wellness visit. This new benefit, which was part of health reform, is popular with patients but is confounding practices that are trying to schedule and bill for it. Here's some help.
For up-to-date information, see the Physicians Practice Healthcare Reform Center.