AICPA Health Care Resources AICPA Health Care Resources
The Patient Protection Act will have a substantial impact on health care providers, insurers, employers and individual citizens. Whether working in practice or industry, CPAs must be ready and in a position to help their clients, organizations or even their own practice, cope with the new rules. The AICPA offers a suite of health care products to help you navigate the opportunities and pitfalls.





The Adviser's Guide to Health Care The Adviser's Guide to Healthcare
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Health Care Industry Developments - 2011/12 Audit Risk Alert Health Care Industry Developments - 2013/14 Audit Risk Alert
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Health Care Entities - AICPA Audit and Accounting Guide Health Care Entities--Audit and Accounting Guide
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Insurance Industry Developments - 2011/12 Audit Risk Alert Insurance Industry Developments 2013/14 - Audit Risk Alert
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Preparing Your Client for the 2013 Tax Increases: Tools, Tips & Tactics Tax Planning After the Healthcare Surtax: Tools, Tips, and Tactics
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Unlocking the Mystery of Health Care Planning for Retirement Unlocking the Mystery of Health Care Planning for Retirement
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  • AICPA Health Care Industry Conference
    Nov 10 - Nov 12, 2015
    Las Vegas, NV
    Recommended CPE Credit: 17.5
    Find your path in an ever-changing landscape and prepare for new developments with confidence. Featuring leading healthcare experts who will cover the most important accounting, auditing, legislative, regulatory, legal, tax, valuation and operational issues in the industry.

  • AICPA Women's Global Leadership Summit
    Nov 12 - Nov 13, 2015
    San Francisco, CA
    Recommended CPE Credit: 15 (main)
    The Women's Global Leadership Summit will provide sessions on leadership, boardroom diversity and best practices to enhance the skills and potential of female leaders.

Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Law JOA Article, June 28:
The court, in a 5-4 decision, held that the payments required of individuals who do not maintain minimum health coverage under the "individual mandate" were not a penalty, but are a tax and are allowed under Congress's power to tax in Article 1 of the Constitution. Read Article

My Takeaway From The Supreme Court's Health Care Decision AICPA Insights:
I started in this profession 30 years ago this month. As an auditor, one of the things I've always liked is that we are in the unique position of being paid for our opinion. Read Article

Using S Corporations to Avoid the Medicare Tax Tax Insider:
Both former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards have been in the news lately - Gingrich for his campaign for the Republican nomination for president and Edwards for allegedly using campaign funds to hide his affair with a campaign worker. Read Article