Kate Skouteris Outlines Key Changes to Stark and Anti-Kickback
Kate Skouteris Outlines Key Changes to Stark and Anti-Kickback

On November 20, 2020, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) issued final rules under the Physician Self-Referral Law (“Stark”), the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Civil Monetary Penalties Law (“CMP”) in support of the “Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care.”  According to HHS, these final rules “aim to reduce regulatory barriers to care coordination and accelerate the transformation of the healthcare system into one that pays for value and promotes delivery of coordinated care.”  Most of these new rules are effective on January 19, 2021.  Are you ready?  Read the full article here.

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