This webinar will review the federal government's Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care and describe proposed changes to the Stark Law and anti-kickback statute. Case studies will be shared to illustrate the affect the the proposed changes could have on common health care arrangements.
- Describe how the proposed changes could affect common health care arrangements.
- Explain significant proposed changes to the Stark Law and anti-kickback statute.
- Learn about the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care.
Alissa Smith, attorney with Dorsey & Whitney, represents health systems, hospitals, pharmacies, long-term care providers, home health agencies, medical practices, and nonprofit and municipal organizations. Her transactional practice includes contracts, leases, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. Smith’s regulatory practice includes the interpretation and application of state and federal fraud and abuse laws, Medicare and Medicaid rules, tax-exemption laws, privacy and EMTALA laws, licensing matters, employment laws, governmental audits, and open records and open meetings matters. She represents health care providers before the State Health Facilities Council in certificate of need hearings and represents hospitals in meaningful-use audits.