Supreme Court Hearing on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Coverage on Social Media and at National Health Care Conference

March 26, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
March 26, 2012 - Washington DC - No World Borders, Inc., a leading healthcare consulting company, announced two events focused on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

No World Borders will be covering the Supreme Court Hearings and tweeting updates from March 26th 2012 to March 29th 2012 and providing analysis on what the developments may mean for the health care industry. Readers may follow these updates at the Twitter hash tag #PPACA and #SCOTUS

Second, the company's Managing Partner and CEO Michael Arrigo will be speaking at the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) national conference on health care diagnosis and procedure coding to be held April 1 April 4 2012 in Las Vegas. His presentation is entitled, "How Health Care Reform and ICD-10 will Impact Revenue Cycle Management."

"Quality measures and payment reform as well as the HITECH Act, Meaningful Use, and Accountable Care Organizations are in the news, but the interaction with these standards and HIPAA mandates such as ICD-10 are just beginning to be understood. The new diagnosis and procedure coding standard ICD-10 has sweeping impacts for hospitals and health plans," said Michael Arrigo, Managing Partner for No World Borders. "Companies should seek expertise to help with Meaningful Use Assessments and ICD-10 assessments to avoid unnecessary risk," he continued.

Updates on the court hearings may be found at the hash tag #PPACA and #SCOTUS on Twitter or via

For more information on the AAPC conference follow this link: or go to

Health care providers and payors can interact on the social media group covering these developments on LinkedIn at

About No World Borders

Founded in 2000, No World Borders specializing in advising health insurance (health plans or'payors'), hospitals (healthcare providers), and physician practice groups to comply with the mandates for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) legislation and other HIPAA mandates. It was recently profiled in The Wall Street Journal regarding "The Y2K Problem' in health care." Services include helping companies move to ICD-10 diagnosis and procedure coding, the HIPAA 5010 electronic claims standard, Meaningful Use of electronic health records (EMR / EHR), payment reform, HEDIS, 5-Star, and CMS Hospital Value Based Purchasing quality measures.

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