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Value-based health care reform

The health care overhaul debate appears to have moved beyond how to expand health insurance to cover all Americans and how to reduce health care spending, as two separate questions. The focus now is working out details of how to structure incentives appropriately to optimize cost, quality and access.

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Family limited partnership limits

As the U.S. Tax Court continues to see its fair share of cases involving the legitimacy of this popular estate planning tool for the wealthy, one thing is becoming clear – obeying the rules is the key to maximizing its benefits.

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Reducing administrative costs

Health plans, provider groups and the information technology sector are collaborating on ways to standardize some administrative tasks such as credentialing and patient benefit determination, and to expedite other tasks by replacing paper-based data exchange with electronic tools.

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