Tag: Accountable Care Organizations

Medicaid ACOs in New Jersey: At the Starting Line at Last

Medicaid ACOs in New Jersey: At the Starting Line at Last
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Cross-Posted at Bill of Health Nearly three years ago, in July of 2011, Tara Adams Ragone wrote a blog post for Seton Hall Law’s Health Reform Watch blog entitled “Community Based Medicaid ACOs in New Jersey: A Signature Away”. As Professor Ragone explained, a month earlier the New Jersey legislature had passed Senate Bill 2443, […]

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Seton Hall Law Review Issue on Accountable Care Organizations

Seton Hall Law Review Issue on Accountable Care Organizations
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Just a quick note to commend this issue to readers of HRW. As I note in an introduction to the volume, the articles are uniformly insightful contributions to very topical issues in health law and policy. Volume 42, Issue 4 (2012) Symposium Implementing the Affordable Care Act: What Role for Accountable Care Organizations?  PDF Accountable […]

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Professor John Jacobi in New Jersey Spotlight on the impact thus far for the Affordable Care Act in New Jersey.

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Professor John Jacobi in New Jersey Spotlight on the impact thus far for the Affordable Care Act in New Jersey.
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Professor John Jacobi appeared in a New Jersey Spotlight article which examined, rather comprehensively, the impact thus far for the Affordable Care Act in New Jersey. New Jersey Spotlight determined that Healthcare in New Jersey is being profoundly altered by the 2010 Affordable Care Act, and no matter how the Supreme Court rules on its […]

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Livestream Podcast, Seton Hall Law Review ACO Symposium

Livestream Podcast, Seton Hall Law Review ACO Symposium
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In conjunction with the Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, this year’s SETON HALL LAW REVIEW Symposium explored recent changes in the structure of health care delivery, in particular the rising popularity of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Legal scholars and practitioners from around the country presented in panel discussions on structural development, public […]

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ACO Symposium: Professor Tim Greaney to Present Accountable Care Organizations: A New New Thing with Some Old Problems

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ACO Symposium: Professor Tim Greaney to Present <em>Accountable Care Organizations: A New New Thing with Some Old Problems</em>
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In conjunction with the Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, this year’s Seton Hall Law Review Symposium on October 28, 2011, will explore recent changes in the structure of health care delivery, in particular the rising popularity of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). For more information or to register, click here. The keynote speaker […]

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