PPACA clams regulations are just like Medicare claims regulations, but PPACA governs more money than Medicare in claims for most providers and hospitals.
Hanover Park, IL (PRWEB) February 08, 2012
Submitting nominations by midnight on February 16th, The Champions for Change White House program is seeking individuals and organizations that have spent the last two years teaching others about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act. ERISAclaim.com offers new webinars on why and how healthcare providers, doctors and hospitals as well as all claims or financial management professionals should participate in this most important healthcare landmark reform, as “PPACA Advocate” nomination, especially for provider reimbursement, by casting the vote on: who will be entitled to the PPACA “Nobel Prize” (aka “Champions for Change”) for healthcare provider community, “that have spent the last two years teaching other healthcare providers and patients about the benefit of the Affordable Care Act”: Certified PPACA Claim Specialist?
“The White House wants to highlight those champion individuals or organizations for their efforts in raising healthcare provider awareness about PPACA claims regulation under Affordable Care Act over the past two years. If you know an individual organization that has been educating healthcare provider community every day on the benefits of health care reform or helping healthcare providers benefit under the Affordable Care Act by becoming a Certified PPACA Claim Specialist, nominate them by using this link to the White House Form by midnight on February 16," says Dr. Jin Zhou, President of ERISAclaim.com, a national expert on PPACA and ERISA appeals and compliance.
According to the White House Office of Public Engagement, in order to nominate "The Champion of Change" of PPACA, one must describe:
(1) “How has your nominee's work helped educate people about the new healthcare law or take advantage of the benefits within the new healthcare law?”
(2) “Describe how your nominee has championed access to healthcare throughout their career”
White House Champions of Change: Affordable Care Act:
The White House Champions of Change program highlights the stories and examples of citizens across the country that represent President Obama’s vision of out-innovating, out-educating, and out-building the rest of the world through projects and initiatives that move their communities forward. Before the Affordable Care Act was passed two years ago, children were refused insurance coverage because of a pre-existing condition and people with chronic conditions ran out of insurance coverage because their expenses hit lifetime limits. Now young adults under the age of 26 can stay on their parents' coverage. Many Americans, including people on Medicare, can access preventive services for free and insurance companies are being held accountable for spending the majority of premium dollars on care not on advertising and bonuses. This year we are seeking recommendations of individuals and organizations that are educating others about the new health care law to raise awareness about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
Tell us about an individual or organization who is educating their community about the new health care law and helping people take advantage of the benefits from the law. Use the form below to nominate a champion to come to the White House to be honored for his/her work.
Please submit nominations by midnight on February 16th by utilizing this form. Note: Multiple submissions do not increase likelihood of being selected.” (http://www.whitehouse.gov/webform/white-house-champions-change-affordable-care-act).
“The new federal PPACA claims regulations have been enforced since 09/23/2010. PPACA adopts federal ERISA claim regulation entirely for both ERISA and non-ERISA plans as well as individual market for more than 190 million Americans,” says Mark Flores, a certified PPACA & ERISA Claim Specialist, Director of Healthcare Revenue & Consulting, YF Corporation in Los Angeles, CA.
“PPACA clams regulations are just like Medicare claims regulations, but PPACA governs more money than Medicare in claims for most providers and hospitals, so we must be certified for both PPACA and Medicare claim specialists,” says Dr. Zhou.
It shall not be difficult to nominate “the individuals and organizations that have spent the last two years teaching others about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act” said Vincent Flores, a certified PPACA and ERISA Claim Specialist, VP of YF Corporation in Los Angeles, California. (http://www.erisaclaim.com/Press_Releases.htm).
The new White House PPACA Champion of Change Webinar offers PPACA awareness and background information on:
1. The Best Free Education on The Benefits of The Affordable Care Act (PPACA) for Providers: http://www.erisaclaim.com/Free_ERISA_Webnars.htm
2. Why the Affordable Care Act truly benefit how to healthcare providers: http://www.erisaclaim.com/Free_ERISA_PPACA.pdf
3. New “Champions of Change” who have benefitted from the Affordable Care Act: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2012/02/06/prweb9169387.DTL
4. PPACA Claims Regulations and Guidance from DOL: http://www.dol.gov/ebsa/healthreform/
5. PPACA Claims Regulations and Guidance from HHS: http://www.healthcare.gov/law/features/rights/bill-of-rights/index.html
6. PPACA Timeline: What’s Changing and When (http://www.healthcare.gov/law/timeline/index.html)
Located in a Chicago suburb in Illinois, for over 12 years, ERISAclaim.com is the only ERISA & PPACA consulting, publishing and website resource for healthcare providers in the country. ERISAclaim.com offers free webinars, basic and advanced educational seminars and on-site claims specialist certification programs for doctors, hospitals and commercial companies, as well as numerous pending national ERISA class action litigation support. Dr. Jin Zhou is regarded as the industry “Godfather of PPACA claims” for healthcare providers.
To find out more about how ERISAclaim.com has been teaching others about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act over the past two years: http://www.erisaclaim.com/Press_Releases.htm.
For any questions, please contact Dr. Jin Zhou, president of ERISAclaim.com, at 630-808-7237.