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H2C Thought Leaders Featured in Journal of Corporate Renewal: New Tax Law Likely to Cause Pain for Healthcare Providers
posted on April 17, 2018
 
As 2017 drew to a close, President Trump signed and put into law the most significant changes to the tax code in many years.  Many sectors of the economy were impacted, but perhaps none so much as health care.  Time will tell exactly how our healthcare system is affected by the new tax law.  H2C Managing Director Wayne Weitz and Senior Analyst Catherine Gao recently published an article in the Journal of Corporate Renewal, the official publication of the Turnaround Management Association, in which they discuss some ways that the new law will affect different aspects of health care, including patient and provider economics, borrowing costs and executive compensation.
 

The article can be viewed on your desktop by clicking here.

 

You can also download the JCR app to your digital reader by clicking here.

 

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