Health Care Tech: A Year-End Review

Law360, New York (December 6, 2013, 2:00 PM EST) -- The statutory and regulatory framework, marketplace, infrastructure and use of health information technology (“HIT”) has grown and changed exponentially during the 2013 calendar year. However, increased implementation and utilization of HIT has not been without practical and legal challenges this past year. Some of the highlights from 2013 follow:

Technology Glitches on the Insurance Exchanges

To provide competitive marketplaces for individuals and small employers, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act established new health insurance marketplaces (“exchanges”).[1] The ACA mandates that each state have an exchange...
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