AHLA Health Plan Disputes and Litigation Practice Guide (AHLA Members)
By Joseph Scott Schoeffel
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Be prepared for an increase in health plan-related litigation.
The passage of the Affordable Care Act has led to numerous changes to the delivery of health care, including new marketplaces to purchase insurance to cover health care expenses. As more people become insured, their health plan decisions become even more important to them and to the health plan industry in general. While health plans are moving to take advantage of the changes, the likelihood for an increase in lawsuits involving health plans, their clients, and others involved with the delivery of health care becomes greater.
Expert guidance for informing your counsel.
Experienced practitioners Joseph Scott Schoeffel and Julie A. Simer provide thorough treatment of those areas likely to give rise to disputes. This just-released book will be a welcome addition to the libraries of both new practitioners in this area, and veteran practitioners alike. The authors answer the important questions critical to an understanding of this area:
Comprehensive coverage of the most frequently litigated areas.
The authors of this publication have included the hottest litigated topics including:
The publication also includes relevant documents, case summaries and a litigation decision tree.