Royal Palm Beach, FL, July 09, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The July issue of National Healthcare Reform Magazine has been released today. You can read it at: http://www.HealthcareReformMagazine.com. National Healthcare Reform Magazine is the only magazine dedicated strictly towards educating employer groups, insurance carriers, agents, brokers, the general public and other industry professionals about the implications of PPACA and the complexities of the Healthcare Reform Law.
Whether you are for or against healthcare reform, the reality is that it’s now been enacted by President Obama and upheld by the Supreme Court; thus, you need to know how it affects your business and how to comply with it. The National Healthcare Reform Magazine is focused on providing the answers and solutions to your questions healthcare reform questions.
National Healthcare Reform Magazine is the official sponsor of the Third Annual National Healthcare Reform Conference, http://healthcarereformconference.com/ which will take place Oct. 24-26 on the beach in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami. The conference is aimed at senior-level benefits managers, HR managers, insurers, TPAs and agents involved with and affected by healthcare reform.
National Healthcare Reform Magazine was created as the main hub of information for employers, consultants, health insurance agents, insurance companies, healthcare providers, government entities and other health insurance and healthcare industry stakeholders. Our publication provides a central point of education and information for the recently upheld PPACA and explains the new rules, regulations and implications that PPACA’s survival has created.
National Healthcare Reform Magazine promises to provide its readers with the most cutting-edge advice and expertise straight from the mouths of experts who are actively involved in the healthcare industry. By reading our publication you will gain practical advice that you can immediately use: advice and expertise that will provide you with a positive return on investment (ROI).
If you are interested in submitting an article, would like to ask a question, submit a response to the editor or have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
For more information, please contact:
Rob Smith, Assistant Editor
National Healthcare Reform Magazine