Author | Mike Hennessy


Even Democrats Want to Scrap the Cadillac Tax

December 02, 2015


After a years-long effort by Congressional Republicans and conservative advocacy groups to repeal the Affordable Care Act was thwarted last year by the Roberts Supreme Court, a new battle to eliminate a major component of the law may be taking shape, one in which the usual pro-repeal advocates may fight alongside some rather unlikely allies.

New Challenges, New Pressures in Cardiology

April 02, 2015


With the fifth anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law upon us, ample time has passed to allow us to take stock of the law's effects on the practice and business of cardiology, and to make some informed predictions regarding future developments.

There Is Life After the Affordable Care Act

March 13, 2015


Now that the Supreme Court has heard oral arguments in the case of King v. Burwell, let's look ahead at the potential post-Affordable Care Act health care landscape and examine what a potential ACA replacement may look like should the Supreme Court rule against the Obama administration.

Separate Paths

February 02, 2015


As of January 5, 2015, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recognizes interventional cardiology as its own distinct physician specialty.