The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors

    By Eric D Fader, Geoffrey Kaiser, Chris J Kutner, Ada Kozicz and Benjamin P Malerba III

    The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors

    The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors

    By Eric D Fader, Geoffrey Kaiser, Chris J Kutner, Ada Kozicz and Benjamin P Malerba III

    The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors: A Practical Guide covers all safe harbors currently in place, as well as the interplay between the Anti-Kickback Statute and other laws.

    The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors

    By Eric D Fader, Geoffrey Kaiser, Chris J Kutner, Ada Kozicz and Benjamin P Malerba III

    The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors

    The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors

    By Eric D Fader, Geoffrey Kaiser, Chris J Kutner, Ada Kozicz and Benjamin P Malerba III

    The Federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Safe Harbors: A Practical Guide covers all safe harbors currently in place, as well as the interplay between the Anti-Kickback Statute and other laws.

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    The Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) was first enacted through the Social Security Amendments of 1972 in order to combat fraud and abuse in the Medicare and Medicaid Programs. The purpose of the AKS is to remove the corrupting effects of kickbacks in health care by, among other things, outlawing behavior designed to game the system through the use of financial incentives intended to direct patient referrals to particular health care providers and away from other providers rendering the same type of care. But not every payment or practice offends the policies underlying the statute.

    Beginning in 1991, the Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services began promulgating regulatory safe harbors to supplement the statutory exceptions passed by Congress. Safe harbors are designed to protect certain common and salutary commercial arrangements the purpose of which is not to induce referrals in violation of the AKS. The safe harbors place these arrangements beyond the reach of AKS prosecution. This books covers all safe harbors currently in place, including investments, office and equipment leases, personal and management services, warranties, discounts and many others. The book also covers the interplay between the AKS and other laws, including the False Claims Act and Stark Law.

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    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781641056618

    Page Count

    640

    Product Code

    5630151

    Trim Size

    6x9

    Publication Date

    7/2/2020 12:00:00 AM

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781641056625

    Page Count

    640

    Product Code

    5630151EBK

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    E-Book

    Publication Date

    7/2/2020 12:00:00 AM

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