Outsourcing Law & Business Journal™ – June 2012
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Vol. 12, No. 5, June 2012
1. ObamaCare Survives Judicial Death Threat: Impact Of Supreme Court Decision On Offshoring And Outsourcing.
1. ObamaCare Survives Judicial Death Threat: Impact Of Supreme Court Decision On Offshoring And Outsourcing. The U.S. Supreme Court’s historic 5-4 decision approved the constitutionality of the entire Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, P.L. 111-148 (March 23, 2010) [“ObamaCare”]. Nat’l Fed. of Indep. Businesses v. Sebelius, 567 U.S. ____ (June 28, 2012). How will this law impact the global services industry? Will it favor offshoring? Will it create new outsourcing business models? What opportunities arise for new forms of outsourcing services and, indeed, for global entrepreneurship? Click here for our view on the impact, followed by a brief legal summary for those who study constitutional law in the United States.
Healthcare outsourcing, (n). (1) management of patient care by non-medical service providers; (2) a form of nuclear medicine, for embedding low-radiation, low-cost information technology into medical treatment and for extracting exponential monetary value; (3) IT implant into a diseased organization.
Electronic Medical Record, (n). (1) patient’s medical chart, including the most personal of personal information, etiology, diagnosis and prognosis; (2) metadata for Big Data analytics; (3) litigation fodder for claims of security breach, malpractice, transborder data mismanagement, and cloudy computing.
September 10-12, 2012, IQPC presents its 13th Annual eDiscovery West Coast Summit, San Francisco, California. Across all industries corporations are experiencing exponential growth in the ESI volumes that must be collected, reviewed, and in some cases, produced in litigation. Requesting, preserving, collecting, processing, and reviewing social media content presents new challenges for organizations of all sizes in litigation and day-to-day records management. IQPC has paid particular attention to these dynamics in crafting this year’s program. You will benefit from an unparalleled mix of thought leaders and industry movers who will shape the future of E-Discovery for years to come. This is a must attend event to keep your organization up to speed on the developments and new horizons in this critical field. For more information on speakers and sessions, click here, download the brochure here or email email@example.com to have it sent straight to your inbox.
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