Just in time for the holidays, the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) gifted the health care industry with sweeping changes to the regulations implementing the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), the Physician Self-Referral Law (known as the Stark Law), and the civil monetary penalty rules regarding beneficiary inducements. The changes come through corresponding final rules issued by the Office of Inspector General and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The final rules are part of HHS’s Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care, which aims to promote value-based care and to ease the regulatory burden on health care entities, and they are sure to be well-received holiday gifts for the health care industry.
Join us for this webinar during which we will review the key provisions from the final rules and provide practical examples of how the industry can take advantage of these significant changes. Topics will include:
- New AKS safe harbors and Stark Law exceptions for value-based care arrangements
- A new AKS safe harbor and Stark Law exception for cybersecurity technology
- A new Stark Law exception for limited remuneration to physicians
- Modifications to existing AKS safe harbors — EHR donations, personal services, warranties, and local transportation
- Clarification of fundamental Stark Law terminology and requirements
For various types of health care entities, we will provide key takeaways and real-life examples of how these changes can be put to use.
These changes go into effect January 19, 2021. So this webinar is a great way to get up to speed before the new year!
Thursday, December 17, 2020
1:00 - 2:00 pm ET // 10:00 - 11:00 am PT
This is an online event.
Karen S. Lovitch
Chair, Health Law Practice, Mintz
Rachel E. Yount
Associate, Health Law Practice, Mintz
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If there are particular issues you’d like our speakers to cover, please feel free to send your questions in advance to Kate Eisenberg.
Mintz is an approved CLE provider. This seminar is accredited in the following states: California (1.0 general credit) and New York (1.0 credit in the Areas of Professional Practice).
We hope you’ll join us!