Healthcare, higher education and not-for-profit, Spring 2011
Originally hosted on May 17th 2011, this one-hour webcast focuses on hot topics and technical updates impacting tax reporting for healthcare and higher education and not-for-profit organizations.
Prospering in a post-health reform world Fall 2010
Originally hosted on September 10, 2010 with DLA Piper — a well respected national law firm. The 90-minute webcast addresses how health reform will impact US employers.
Tax year in review: Health reform, tax-exempt bond financing and other issues impacting healthcare provider, universities and other tax-exempt organizations, December 2010
This program originally hosted on December 8, 2010 addresses the following topics:
Prospering in a post-health reform world Spring 2010
On Friday, April 23rd PwC hosted a webcast, ‘Health reform: Prospering in a post-reform world.’ The one hour program hosted by PwC's Health Research Institute explains meaningful details of the reform legislation and the potential ramifications for businesses and the health industries.
US healthcare reform: October 15, 2009
Originally held on October 15, 2009, speakers included Michael F. Swanick, Global Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Tax Leader, Todd Evans, Director, US Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Advisory Services, and Jack Rodgers, Managing Director, Health Policy Economics.
IFRS conversion: Winter 2009
Key discussion topics include planning considerations and tax accounting method changes.
Audioconference: Sales & Marketing Disclosure Requirements Update: Winter 2009
Update on Sales and Marketing Disclosure Requirements for Drug, Device and Biotech Companies
New Cost Sharing Regulations and Implications for the Pharma, Life Sciences and Medical Device Companies: Spring 2009
Host: Michael F. Swanick, Global Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Tax Leader
Guest: Horacio Pena, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Transfer Pricing Leader
Key discussion topics will include:
US Tax Reform Proposals and the New Irish Intellectual Property Rules: Summer 2009
Discussion topics included:
Obama’s International tax proposals including the disallowance of foreign related expenses, modifications to the Check the box and foreign tax credit rules.
Irish IP Regime:
Straight Talk: Looking at health system disaster preparedness
When — not if — a large-scale disaster hits, Americans expect a carefully orchestrated and sequenced response from hospitals, emergency workers and public health officials. In their greatest time of need, the system may fail them unless disaster preparedness becomes a greater priority. In this podcast, we discuss the steps health executives should take to ensure an effective response to a disaster.
President-Elect Obama’s Plans for Healthcare and Tax: Winter 2008
A briefing on the major business and tax impacts affecting pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology companies. Key Drivers for Health and Tax Legislation in 2009-2010. Possible Health and Tax Legislation in early 2009. Impact of Health Reform and Tax Reform Proposals on the Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences and Medical Devices Industry.
Key Drivers for Health and Tax Legislation in 2009-2010. Possible Health and Tax Legislation in early 2009. Impact of Health Reform and Tax Reform Proposals on the Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences and Medical Devices Industry.
Proposals to policy: A national conversation on healthcare reform. Recorded broadcast from the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. November 20, 2008
Originally held on November 20th in Washington DC, Susan Dentzer, editor-in-chief of Health Affairs and health correspondent of The NewsHour, moderated a panel of healthcare experts, economists and lawmakers as they discussed President Obama’s healthcare reform proposals.
Health reform on the fast track: Spring 2009
Originally held March 11, 2009, this webcast discusses the impact President Obama’s stimulus package and the $630 billion reserve will have. The webcast also addresses the potential implications of these reforms (positive and negative) for pharmaceutical firms, health insurers (payers), hospitals (providers) and employers