Managing Private Funds - New Government Contracts Regulations - Getting "SMART" about Medicare
March 1, 2012
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Join us on this week's Capital Thinking with host Kevin O'Neill, who will be joined first by Kevin Boardman and Gregg Buksbaum to address how changes in regulation stemming from the global financial crisis will affect private funds managers. Next, Mary Beth Bosco will join us to discuss new regulations impacting the government contract space, the 2012 Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). During the second half hour of the show, Congressman Tim Murphy (R-PA), who introduced the Strengthening Medicare And Repaying Taxpayers Act (the SMART Act), will tell us about the secondary Medicare payer program. Then, we will hear from Dean Pappas, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of Allstate Insurance, and a member of the Medical Advocacy Recovery Coalition (MARC), on the coalition and the industry's interest in this issue.
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