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WebcastHealthcare, Higher Education, and Nonprofit: Year end review and 2015 outlook with perspectives from the IRS webcast - December 17, 2014
11/20/14 | Healthcare
Please join PwC for a "Year End Review and 2015 Outlook with Perspectives from the IRS" as our tax specialists and IRS officials, Sunita Lough, Commissioner of Tax-Exempt and Government Entities, and Eric San Juan, Senior Technical Advisor to the Commissioner TE/GE, review the past year, discuss the IRS restructuring of the TE/GE Division, provide an outlook of potential future initiatives from the IRS, and highlight other issues impacting universities, healthcare providers, and other tax-exempt organizations.
WebcastHealthcare Higher Education and Not-For-Profit Series - Hot Topics and Technical Updates Impacting Accounting and Financial Reporting - October 23, 2014
10/14/14 | Healthcare
This webcast will cover FASB standard setting developments that have occurred since our July webcast. Among other matters, we will cover developments related to the FASB/IASB convergence projects, including information related to the new revenue recognition standard, and an update on FASB projects impacting not-for-profit entities, including the not-for-profit financial statement project. As always, the focus is on not-for-profit organizations that apply FASB standards, with an emphasis on healthcare and higher education institutions.
- The rise of retail health insurance exchanges
9/16/14 | Healthcare
As health insurance becomes more consumer centric, employers must decide about exchanges: public, private, or none of the above. Early tremors in the market suggest a coming paradigm shift from a business-to-business model toward a business-to-consumer model of purchasing healthcare.
- MoneyTree™ Life Sciences Report
9/10/14 | Healthcare
Biotech soars to record high: Investment in biotechnology was the highest since the start of the MoneyTree data series in 1995. Biotech and medical devices industries both see year-over-year double-digit growth in investments.