With the passing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the environment for health insurers has drastically changed. What we do know is that these changes will have a significant and immediate impact on every organization conducting business in the health care arena. In order to assess the current situation, brokers throughout Guy Carpenter & Company, LLC reached out to our business partners in all segments of the health care industry. In total, Guy Carpenter spoke with 24 various organizations about the immediate and long term effects of health care reform.
Part I: Introduction: With the passing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the environment for health insurers has drastically changed. Undoubtedly, the wheels of progress move slowly and we have only begun to understand the full impact that the reforms will have on our industry. What we do know is that these changes will have a significant and immediate impact on every organization conducting business in the health care arena.
Part II: Changes With the Biggest Impact: In addition to the themes addressed in the introduction, several other specific aspects of health care reform were on the top of most executives’ minds. Based on the feedback received, this article identifies the following seven aspects of health care reform that our business partners identified as having the biggest impact on their organization.
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