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Third Party Administrator (TPA) Services

For more than 15 years, Public Consulting Group (PCG) has been providing Third Party Administrator (TPA) services for long-term care entities. The firm’s claims management and operational expertise, combined with our national experience consulting with public-sector clients across the country, place...

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Jamie Kilpatrick

Jamie Kilpatrick, an Associate Manager in PCG's human services division, currently leads the New York State Bureau of Early Intervention State Fiscal Agent project, overseeing the... Jamie Kilpatrick Associate Manager Human Services Jamie Kilpatrick, an Associate Manager in PCG's human services divi...

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Brian Howells

Mr. Howells has been working in government and public sector consulting for more than 11 years. Focused on employment and public assistance programs, Mr. Howells has led a number... Brian Howells Manager Human Services Mr. Howells has been working in government and public sector consulting for more ...

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Aaron Holman

Mr. Holman has been working in health policy for the past decade, starting in the United States Senate working on Medicare, CHIP and Health IT areas for Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Michigan)... Aaron Holman Associate Manager Health Mr. Holman has been working in health policy for the past decade, sta...

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Robbie Ammons

Mr. Ammons has worked for the past 15 years on IEP and Medicaid school-based projects for North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Minnesota, Illinois, Florida and Virginia. Robbie Ammons Manager Education Mr. Ammons has worked for the past 15 years on IEP and Medicaid school-based projec...

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U.S. Supreme Court refuses to take up ACA case on an expedited basis

On January 21, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to fast-track a review of requests appealing the Fifth Circuit decision holding the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) “mandate” to be unconstitutional. On January 21, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to fast-track a review of requests appealing the...

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One size does NOT fit all when it comes to foster home recruitment and retention strategies

In a new paper by PCG’s Stacey Priest and Jennifer MacBlane, the authors explore how states are implementing targeted recruitment and retention strategies to cultivate and maintain a pool of qualified foster parents needed to support the growing number of children entering foster care across the cou...

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U.S. Supreme Court orders Trump administration and states challenging the ACA to file responses by January 17, 2020

Following last month’s decision by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals holding the “mandate” of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to be unconstitutional, the states defending the ACA requested the U.S. Supreme Court hear the case during its current term. Following last month’s decision by the Fifth Circu...

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Federal Appeals Court rules that mandate provision of ACA is unconstitutional

On Wednesday, December 18, 2019, a 3-judge panel of the Federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that the “mandate” provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is unconstitutional. The panel sent the case back to Judge Reed O’Connor of the Federal District Court in Fort Worth Texas to “conduct a m...

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Special education subject matter expert explores the power of presuming competence in students with significant intellectual disabilities

In an article published in the December 2019 issue of Principal Leadership , a publication of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), PCG’s special education subject matter expert Ashley Quick explores the power of presuming competence in students with significant intellectu...

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