Court ruling won't kill ACA, hospital chief predicts
Most provisions of the Affordable Care Act will likely move forward even if the U.S. Supreme Court rejects the mandate requiring individuals to buy health insurance. That viewpoint was offered Tuesday by Mark Neaman, CEO of NorthShore University HealthSystem, as he gave a provider's perspective on the new health-care law. "My own personal view is that whether the individual mandate stands or is overturned, it will not overturn the rest of the act," said Neaman.
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