Reforming Immigration by the “Golden Rule” – Healthcare Exchange Update – Self-Disclosure Protocol for Providers
May 2, 2013
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
On this week’s Capital Thinking, Baylor University President Ken Starr, a distinguished academician, lawyer and public servant, will join Kevin O’Neill to discuss his recent op-ed regarding the particular impact immigration reform would have on undocumented children and their opportunity for obtaining higher education. Judge Starr will also address questions relating to college affordability and the role that education institutions could play in making higher education more accessible. Next, Kevin will switch gears and focus on health care reform by first speaking with Adriana Kohler for an overview of the healthcare exchange and insights into the simplified healthcare application form that was just released this week. Then, Caitlin McCormick will close out the show with the new self-disclosure protocol for providers that was recently established by the Office of the Inspector General.
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