How Affordable Care Act reforms are changing healthcare risk management

side note: There’s no question the delivery system for healthcare in America is in need of change. Too expensive, its endangering access to care as well as bankrupting the nation. The Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act includes practical changes designed to both streamline the delivery of healthcare and minimize the overall expense. These new changes will require a new approach to healthcare risk management. In this article,  Ron Calhoun of Aon Risk Solutions explains the new approach to risk management and how it will help physicians ultimately reduce the range of medical malpractice risk the new system will inject into the delivery of healthcare.
11.01.2011 | St. Louis

Ron Calhoun, National health care practice leader Aon Risk Solutions

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