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Educating Future Healthcare Officials: The Masters in Health Administration

By John Lemp Published November 8, 2013

With the growth of the healthcare industry in the United States, there has been a significant increase in the demand for healthcare officials. The Masters in Health Administration is a professional degree that prepares our nation's future healthcare leaders to better serve the needs of the American people.

Alphabet Soup: The AFL-CIO and the ACA

By John Lemp Published September 30, 2013

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) passed in March 2010 with the support of the Democratic Party, interest groups, progressive think tanks and coalitions, and the organized labor movement. Now, skepticism and cynicism prompted members of the AFL-CIO to demand changes to Obamacare, labeling several of the act's provisions as "highly disruptive" to union healthcare plans.

Insuring Healthcare Professionals

By John Lemp Published May 1, 2013

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act neglected to reform a crucial aspect of the healthcare industry--medical malpractice litigation. An increase in the popularity and effectiveness of allied healthcare and medical malpractice professional liability insurance coverage creates a private sector solution to this problem, while maintaining the integrity of the healthcare industry and the medical profession.