Michael Peregrine was quoted in the May 31 issue of BNA’s Health Law Reporter in an article regarding Democratic representative of California, Henry A. Waxman, asking compensation consulting firms to describe how consulting services provided to the top 250 U.S. companies could affect both for-profit and non-profit health care organizations. “The activities of Waxman and his Committee on Oversight and Government Reform,” as they relate to the independence of compensation consultants, “have a definite spillover impact on both for-profit and nonprofit health care sectors,” Mr. Peregrine said. “The no doubt well-intentioned efforts of Rep. Waxman and his committee may, however, have the unfortunate effect of focusing on just one of the many indicia of best practices, to the possible exclusion of the others,” Mr. Peregrine also noted.