By Claire Cowart Haltom
A year ago, health-care reform was signed into law, marking a historic event for our nation. That historic event also opened up an unprecedented opportunity for Nashville to further develop its title as the health-care capital of our nation.
With 1,000 pages of legislation and more than 200,000 pages of regulations expected, government officials are designing and drafting the rules that will govern the future of health-care delivery on topics such as accountable-care organizations (ACOs) and health-information technology (HIT). They need input and ideas on the best way to implement health reform, and no ...