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Track the Health Care Reform Law with Knowledge Mosaic

April 26, 2012

As the Supreme Court hears arguments as to the constitutionality of the new Affordable Care Act — a decision is expected in June — federal agencies continue to churn out rulemaking to implement the law.  Tomorrow, Friday April 27,  Knowledge Mosaic Inc. will unveil a new tool to help you keep on top of this far-reaching rulemaking process. It’s  included as part of a standard Knowledge Mosaic license, so current subscribers will have full access.

The Knowledge Mosaic ACA Rulemaking Tracker identifies relevant releases from over two dozen federal rulemaking bodies, on topics including the individual mandate, Medicare, prescription drugs, tax & revenue provisions, and much more.  Advanced features offer you the ability to:

  • Gain control of your calendar.   Search for items by date / time frame for compliance date, effective date, release date, and public comment date.

  • Find the needle in the 961-page haystack.  Link directly to the Title (and section, if applicable) of the Affordable Care Act that correlates to a particular agency release.
  • Connect to the crowd.  Link directly to public comments associated with a given rulemaking item.
  • Keep both eyes on what you care about.  Set up an email alert by agency or by topic.

For more information, take a look at our features document on the Tracker. If you don’t currently have a license with Knowledge Mosaic, we encourage you to sign up for a free trial.  In any case, please feel free to contact us at 866-650-3600 or info@knowledgemosaic.com.

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