OIG Changes to Anti-Kickback Safe Harbor Provisions and the CMP Beneficiary Inducement Prohibition
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance to healthcare counsel on the the new Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) safe harbors and the changes to the Civil Monetary Penalty Law (CMP) beneficiary inducement prohibition. The panel will discuss how hospitals, healthcare providers, and others in the healthcare industry can take advantage of the changes and ensure compliance.
- AKS safe harbors
- CMP beneficiary inducement prohibition
- 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 safe harbor changes impact local transportation? The Medicare coverage gap discount program? Cost-sharing?
- What is the impact of the changes to the definition of remuneration under the beneficiary inducement CMP provisions?
- What must providers and others in the healthcare industry do to ensure compliance with the new rules?
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
Charles B. Oppenheim
Hooper Lundy & Bookman
Mr. Oppenheim’s practice includes all aspects of transactional, operational and regulatory healthcare law,... | Read More
Mr. Oppenheim’s practice includes all aspects of transactional, operational and regulatory healthcare law, including mergers & acquisitions, affiliations, joint ventures and the formation of integrated delivery systems. Among his clients are many of the largest healthcare companies and hospital systems in the U.S. A nationally-recognized expert on anti-kickback and Stark Law issues, Mr. Oppenheim wrote the 2014 American Health Lawyers Association Monograph on Stark. He has served as an expert on anti-kickback and Stark Law issues in arbitration and litigation, in both civil and criminal proceedings. In addition, he creates and implements compliance programs, investigates compliance issues, responds to government enforcement actions, and negotiates settlements for many types of healthcare providers.Close
Jill S. Wright
Foley & Lardner
Ms. Wright’s practice focuses on healthcare fraud and abuse and compliance issues, including the federal... | Read More
Ms. Wright’s practice focuses on healthcare fraud and abuse and compliance issues, including the federal Anti-Kickback and Physician Self-Referral/Stark laws, civil monetary penalties law, false claims and overpayments, government investigations, and exclusions from federal healthcare programs. She was formerly a senior counsel for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General, where she represented the OIG in cases involving civil monetary penalties and the False Claims Act, including matters premised on allegations involving the Anti-Kickback and Stark laws, and quality of care issues. Ms. Wright also has experience conducting investigations and negotiating settlements and corporate integrity agreements.Close