iPF on Forbes: Meet an Unlikely New Sheriff for the Affordable Care Act

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Traveling alone on business you frequently end up having dinner by yourself sitting at the bar. Last month in Florida I found myself eating alone, so I struck up a conversation with the stranger next to me.

I introduced myself and told him I was in Orlando for a medical conference to learn, among other things, about the impacts of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Coincidentally, he was there as well to learn the same thing, but he wasn’t a healthcare writer (like I am) or in the healthcare field at all. He was there to learn how to be a health insurance mandate policeman for the ACA.

Meet Michael Cooney, certified public accountant.

So starts a piece over on Forbes.com platform. When you meet Michael Cooney, you’ll meet an unlikely sheriff/watchdog of Obamacare. And you’ll learn why a certified public accountant has been saddled with so much responsibility.

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