Complying With 2016 Stark Law Amendments and Possible Changes in the Horizon for 2017
Navigating Revisions, Exceptions, and Clarifications to Provisions and Definitions
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide counsel to healthcare providers with guidance on the Stark Law amendments and reissued rules and outline compliance strategies in the current regulatory environment.
- Stark law amendments
- New exceptions
- Incident to services
- Reissued rules restricting per-click arrangements
- Impact of the changes
- What providers and counsel need to do to ensure compliance
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How do the amendments change the writing, term, holdover and signature requirements?
- What new exceptions were created under the Stark Law amendments?
- What must healthcare providers do now to ensure compliance with the Stark Law changes?
The Health Law Partners
Ms. Dresevic practices in all areas of healthcare law and devotes a substantial portion of her practice to providing... | Read More
Ms. Dresevic practices in all areas of healthcare law and devotes a substantial portion of her practice to providing clients with counsel and analysis regarding Stark and fraud and abuse. She also regularly assists clients with compliance issues, reimbursement issues, and payor audits. She has written extensively on subjects across the spectrum of health care law, including, co-authoring a monthly column in the Association for Medical Imaging Management's (AHRA) publication, Link, regarding up-to-date legal issues relevant to imaging providers and suppliers.Close
The Health Law Partners
Mr. Mikel has practiced in almost all areas of healthcare law but has focused his practice on compliance with federal... | Read More
Mr. Mikel has practiced in almost all areas of healthcare law but has focused his practice on compliance with federal and state health care regulations and transactional matters. He specializes in HIPAA and state privacy laws, federal and state information breaches (strategic investigations and disclosures), state and federal telehealth/telemedicine issues, federal and state self-referral laws, including Stark, federal and state anti-kickback laws, and information technology issues. He represents a variety of health care providers, including telemedicine providers, physician groups, hospitals, large health systems, critical access hospitals, rural health centers, and sleep laboratories.Close
Drinker Biddle & Reath
Ms. Zanzi represents health care providers and suppliers in all aspects of corporate transactional and regulatory... | Read More
Ms. Zanzi represents health care providers and suppliers in all aspects of corporate transactional and regulatory matters, including counseling clients on compliance with federal and state fraud and abuse laws, Medicare and Medicaid provider enrollment and reimbursement laws, EMTALA, HIPAA and provider licensure and telemedicine laws. She provides business and legal advice to health care organizations undertaking strategic transactions, implementing health reform initiatives, and addressing Medical Staff quality and peer review matters.Close