Noteworthy Changes to the Anti-Kickback Statute Regulations - McDermott

Reducing the Burden: Noteworthy Changes to the Anti-Kickback Statute Regulations

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On November 20, the Department of Health and Human Services released final rules amending the regulations to the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS). These final rules represent arguably the most significant changes to these regulations in the last decade.

In this video – the second in an ongoing series to help you navigate these significant changes – Health lawyers James Cannatti III, Caroline Reigart, Drew McCormick and Tony Maida discuss:

  • The opportunities, and requirements, for addressing patient needs and social determinants of health presented by the new “patient support and engagement” safe harbor
  • When certain new safe harbors would and would not apply to certain providers and enterprise participants
  • Which activities are protected under the new “patient support and engagement” safe harbor
  • New technology-related changes that are of particular importance for medical device and supply manufacturers, DMEPOS suppliers and cybersecurity companies
    Implications of the changes for providers engaging in telehealth and remote patient monitoring

Watch video 1 and listen to the podcast here.

Watch video 3 and listen to the podcast here.

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