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Implementing a medical home

A wholesale change in the way that primary care is organized, delivered and reimbursed is being promoted by three primary care specialty societies, being tested in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and gaining clout in the form of a federal demonstration project.

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Issues in estates and trusts

The estate planning process can greatly enhance the overall financial wealth of the family, and allows for a variety of tools to be used to make certain that the individual’s desires are as closely met as possible.

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Role of medical board discipline

As Pa. reforms the disciplinary activities of its medical boards, several issues emerge, including what constitutes a realistic expectation for the boards’ role in improving quality and reducing medical errors and malpractice claims in the state.

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Impact of Pension Protection Act

The Pension Protection Act of 2006 creates significant changes in the tax law in the areas of qualified retirement plans (particularly defined benefit plans), exempt organizations, individual personal savings, and deductions involving charitable contributions.

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