Category: Legislative and Regulatory

Capital Update

November 26th, 2019

“My favorite lobbyist is fond of comparing legislation to a train. With any legislative effort, he wonders: Where is the train going? How powerful is the engine? How many cars can it pull? In other words, it’s often not the merits of a piece of legislation, but rather how to attach it to a relevant.. Read more

Surprise! Billing Legislation Bogs Down

October 3rd, 2019

“Most senators represent states in which the leading delivery system is one of the largest and most influential employers. In addition, most states – unlike many congressional districts – have rural hospitals that are affected by federal policies like Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rates. Senators have to worry about whether legislation would affect the supply.. Read more

Welcome the 116th Congress

January 10th, 2019

“Probably the best solution for the country would be . . . bipartisan legislation that loosens the federal grip on benefit design, increases choices, covers more Americans, gives states meaningful incentives to manage their Medicaid populations, and attacks the true drivers of medical costs.” William G. (Bill) Stuart Director of Strategy and Compliance Jan. 10,.. Read more

Getting to 60 on HSA Expansion

August 22nd, 2018

“Democrats will point to statistics showing that most HSA owners don’t accumulate large balances because they don’t have sufficient discretionary income to contribute to the current statutory limits. . . But for many, an HSA is merely an alternative to a Health FSA. . . No one criticizes Health FSAs because participants don’t build balances.. Read more

The Moral Case for HSA Expansion

July 25th, 2018

“Current law discriminates against working seniors who are enrolled in HSA-qualified plans based on their income and the size of their employers. This discrimination simply isn’t fair, especially when there is a fairly simple solution. As more Americans understand this issue, members of Congress will have an increasingly difficult time defending this ongoing discrimination.” William.. Read more

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