If you are anything like us, you are looking back over what you learned in AEP 2017 and preparing for the upcoming year. We have compiled data, reviewed the trends we saw across all of our Medicare clients, and explored the future of healthcare to gather insights and we look forward to sharing those with you.
Edo Banach, previous Deputy Director of the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) shares his insights on the future of healthcare, including the focus to repeal the Affordable Care Act and what Medicare plans should expect.
A look at what to expect for healthcare under the Trump administration
Direction of healthcare under Dr. Tom Price and Dr. Seema Verna
Analysis of 2016 election year results versus prior election-year results
Industry trends and lessons learned in AEP 2017 and how we are using them to shape planning for next season
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Edo Banach advises home care agencies, hospices, hospitals, long term care and post-acute providers on a range of business and regulatory issues, including Medicare and Medicaid regulatory matters, corporate governance and structure, corporate transactions, privacy, the federal anti-kickback law and federal and state physician self-referral laws.
Previously, Edo was Deputy Director of the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Edo helped to establish and implement Medicare-Medicaid demonstrations throughout the country, and was instrumental in Medicare-Medicaid alignment and reform efforts. Prior to his service at CMS, Edo was the Associate General Counsel at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, and General Counsel at the Medicare Rights Center. Edo clerked for Hon. Judge John T. Nixon of the Middle District of Tennessee.