Reducing the Burden – Noteworthy Changes to the Stark Law

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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). As part of our analysis of the regulatory sprint, we are exploring the most significant changes and the impact they can have on your organization.

In this video – the third in an ongoing series to help you navigate these significant changes – Health partners Nicholas Alarif and Monica Wallace discuss:

  • Whether CMS has succeeded in its goal of reducing the Stark Law burden
  • Adjustments that have been made for “technical non-compliance” with the Stark Law
  • Which items in the final rules are not “burden reducing”
  • How these changes will impact the healthcare industry going forward

Watch video 1 and listen to the podcast here.

Watch video 2 and listen to the podcast here.

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