Post-Supreme Court: ACA Issues and Medicaid Changes on the Horizon (2015 - Recording)

Recorded On: 07/14/2015

With the monumental Supreme Court decision on King v. Burwell in the rear view mirror, attention now turns to impending HHS rules and legal issues impacting doing business in Medicaid and Exchange markets in the future. While King v. Burwell received most of the media attention for the last few months, other cases addressing issues such as provider networks and fees charged on non-exchange plans continue to make their way through the courts. Joanne Zimolzak, partner in the insurance practice at Dentons, will provide an in-depth look at the legal landscape impacting exchanges and the individual/small group markets.While not all dental plans participate in public programs, the impact will still be felt as regulatory changes could increase dental plan reporting responsibilities, require participation in quality improvement projects, and step-up scrutiny on plan progress in improving access and outcomes. Leading this discussion is Mr. Dennis Smith, Principal at Dentons, who was previously the longest serving Director of Medicaid at CMS in U.S. history.

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Post-Supreme Court: ACA Issues and Medicaid Changes on the Horizon
With the monumental Supreme Court decision on King v. Burwell in the rear view mirror, attention now turns to impending HHS rules and legal issues impacting doing business in Medicaid and Exchange markets in the future. While King v. Burwell received most of the media attention for the last few months, other cases addressing issues such as provider networks and fees charged on non-exchange plans continue to make their way through the courts. Joanne Zimolzak, partner in the insurance practice at Dentons, will provide an in-depth look at the legal landscape impacting exchanges and the individual/small group markets. While not all dental plans participate in public programs, the impact will still be felt as regulatory changes could increase dental plan reporting responsibilities, require participation in quality improvement projects, and step-up scrutiny on plan progress in improving access and outcomes. Leading this discussion is Mr. Dennis Smith, Principal at Dentons, who was previously the longest serving Director of Medicaid at CMS in U.S. history. You must register to access.