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I sure hope Republicans enjoyed their victory lap for getting the American Health Care Act (AHCA) through the House by the thinnest margin, because there are two huge icebergs dead ahead: the backlash, and the Senate.
The Gorman Health Group 2017 Forum concluded last week in New Orleans with over 200 of our closest clients and partners. As we enter our 21st year, we returned to where it all began for us, with a little startup called Peoples Health, our first and closest client who now dominates southern Louisiana. The Forum ended the day JazzFest 2017 began, so many of us stayed to enjoy the festival and the best of New Orleans heritage and culture.
So the people spoke and we are heading for an epic cagematch smackdown general election between reality TV star Donald Trump and former Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. And you’re asking, what’s going to happen to Medicare, Medicaid and ObamaCare? The answer is plenty — below the waterline and out in the states. Stakeholders will need to pay attention or get left behind.
The Gorman Health Group 2016 Forum concluded last week with over 200 of our closest clients and partners. There was great news and rough news, so here are a few takeaways: Read more
Nineteen years ago this week, I left the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA), now the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of Managed Care, to launch what would become Gorman Health Group. Time has flown, the company has grown, and my backside sewn with hard lessons about our industry and government health programs. Here are 19 lessons I’ve learned in those 19 years. Read more
At the Medicaid Health Plans of America (MHPA) meeting last week in Washington, DC, there was a lot of buzz surrounding the upcoming release of an updated Medicaid Managed Care regulation. Per CMS officials speaking at the conference, the last update was 12 years ago!