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anti-kickback statute

anti-kickback statute

A recent Medicaid fraud settlement in Texas holds two important lessons for physicians regarding business relationships.

A pair of recent court decisions further highlights the need for physicians to comply with the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Sunshine Act.

A recent decision by HHS' Office of the Inspector General raises some interesting issues with ACOs participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.

HHS' Office of Inspector General reiterates antipathy towards some physician arrangements that carve out federal referrals.

The OIG deems PODs to be inherently suspect under the Anti-Kickback Statute, so physicians should take note.

Here are some legal and ethical issues to consider before you own and operate a compounding pharmacy at your medical practice.

Business practices generally accepted in other industries can be illegal in healthcare, so it is important to be sure you are in compliance.

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