Government Healthcare Reform Overview

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Government Healthcare Reform Enacted March 23, 2010. The Bill is the

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Government Healthcare Reform Overview Bonita Sorensen, MD, MBA Director, Volusia County Health Department

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Federal Healthcare Reform Enacted March 23, 2010 The Bill is the "system" for Healthcare Reform Many points of interest of the arrangement still should be created Purpose of Reform: Increase the quantity of protected Reduce human services costs Focus on quality and better esteem Pay for Performance How Many will be Covered? An extra 32 million individuals are required to pick up scope

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2010 $250 "refund" for seniors in the Medicare "doughnut gap" ($2,830 – $6,440) Discounts proceed through 2020 to dispose of "doughnut opening" Temporary high hazard protection pools are made for Uninsurable Employer early retiree help is made accessible (reinsurance)

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2010 In September, new protection arranges address: Pre-existing conditions in kids Cancelation of scope for sickness Annual and lifetime tops Preventive care (new gathering and individual) (MA + MC free) Dependent scope up to 26 years old

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2010 Tax credits get to be distinctly accessible for little (up to 25 EEs and wages under $50,000) managers Consumer help: offers handle, site, ombudsmen Reduces Medicare installments to doctor's facilities, home wellbeing, nursing homes, and Hospice Indoor tanning charge (10%) Tax alleviation and extend advance reimbursement gets ready for human services suppliers

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2011 Additional assets for Community Health Centers are made accessible (11 Bil more than 5 year) Physician think about site for quality Out of pocket expenses for Medicare and Medicaid preventive administrations dispensed with Large pharmaceutical organizations start budgetary commitments corresponding to piece of the pie ($2.3 Billion) Health Insurance Benefit divulgence on W-2 frames

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2011 10% Medicare reward for PCPs and specialists (if in deficiency regions) through 2015 Reduces Medicare Advantage Plans in high-cost ranges. Seniors in "doughnut gap" get half rebate on brand names and 17% on generics

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2012 Pharmaceutical organizations must report when tests given to MDs Some Medicaid installment (packaged) test cases programs start for long winded care and hospitalizations Medicare gives motivating forces to Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) for doctors Hospital installment punishments for "readmissions" CLASS Act -Community living helped administration and support

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2013 Medicaid rates for PC raised to Medicare rates Flexible spending accounts $2,500 greatest and decreases deductible therapeutic costs Medicare finance charge expanded for "high" workers (>$200,000 individual/$250,000 family) 3.8% duty forced on unmerited wage for "high" workers 2.3% extract impose on restorative gadgets (not glasses or listening devices)

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2014 Medicaid salary qualification extends to 133% of the government neediness level $14,404 in yearly wage for an individual (2009) $29,327 in yearly wage for a group of four (2009)

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2014 Health trades in each state open - Federal sponsorships for families making up to 400% of the FPL are made accessible $43,320 in yearly wage for an individual $88,200 in yearly wage for a group of 4 Also restricts on out-of-pocket costs ($5,950 individual) and deductibles ($2,000 singular) Coverage levels: Bronze (60%), Silver, Gold, Platinum (90%), and Catastrophic (for absolved or under age 30 people)

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2014 Most people required to get health care coverage or pay a fine -Family: 1% of wage in 2014 up to 2.5% in 2016 - Individual: $95 in 2014 and $265 in 2016 Large organizations (50-200) subject to fines if representatives fit the bill for social insurance appropriations = 2,000 x (# EEs – 30)

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2014 Annual appraisals to insurance agencies start to help balance expenses of Reform Insurance organizations banished from: Denying scope for previous Charging higher expenses in light of sexual orientation Imposing yearly cutoff points on scope

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2015 Independent Payment Advisory Board made Medicare supplier installment changes might be made to meet investment funds targets, specialists paid on esteem as opposed to volume Hospital installments for Safety Net doctor's facilities begin to be diminished

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2017-2018 "Cadillac" wellbeing arranges start to be saddled at 40% extract assess on approaches >$10,200 individual and $27,500 family States may allow substantial bosses to partake in protection trade arranges 2020 "Doughnut gap" dispensed with (25% co-pay for all medications)

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Public Health Benefits Prevention and Public Health subsidize—up to $2 Billion every year Health difference information gathering Nutritional naming of chain eateries, retail and distributing Oral wellbeing dollars Adult immunization dollars Breast nourishing breaks in work environment Demonstration awards for change, heftiness, the study of disease transmission

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The Good News 2,449,000 Floridians pick up scope 565,000 Florida Medicare people stay away from "doughnut gap" 21,000 Small Business Associations in Volusia get assess credits 92,000 Volusians pick up scope

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The Good News More straightforwardness by insurance agencies More assurances from insurance agencies More financing for human services understudies Patient-introduction in medicinal home model

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The Challenges: New doctor responsibility for prohibited Independent Payment Advisory Board made who can control repayment Payments to doctors and clinics lessened Pay for execution/result as opposed to benefit

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