Medicare Slow to Recognize and Act on Prescription Drug Abuse by Beneficiaries

According to last week’s New York Times report, Medicare may be “subsidizing drug abuse” by several of its beneficiaries. Investigators from the Government Accountability Office have reported that Medicare has been slow to act on and recognize recent findings that show thousands of Medicare beneficiaries are shopping around for doctors who fill prescriptions for large… Read More


New Guidance on W-2 Reporting Requirement

The IRS published new guidance on the W-2 reporting requirement that sheds much-needed light on this requirement of Health Care Reform, including: Employers who issue fewer than 250 Forms W-2 for the 2012 tax year are not required to report the cost of coverage on their 2012 W-2s; these employers will not be required to… Read More

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