Interpreting health care reform is like learning to dance with the clay skeleton

Bray, Ed
April 2011
Employee Benefit News;Apr2011, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p16
The article highlights the people that can help in interpreting the health care reform legislation in the U.S. It states that one must focus on the employee benefit consultants who are prepared to develop short-term and long-term benefit strategies. It notes that retaining an employee benefits attorney that specializes in health care reform legislation is a great investment.


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