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Collaborative Arrangements with Physicians, Hospitals and Other Referral Sources

Collaborative Arrangements with Physicians, Hospitals and Other Referral Sources

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 ~ 2:30PM - 3:30PM

Webinar Presented by Jeffrey Baird, Esq. of Brown & Fortunato
Tuesday, September 29, 2:30-3:30 p.m. EST

The lifeblood of a DME supplier is to develop relationships with physicians, hospitals and other referral sources. In so doing, it is important that the supplier avoid violating federal and state anti-fraud laws. 

This program will discuss the federal anti-fraud laws that suppliers must follow, including: 
•  the federal anti-kickback statute, 
•  the Stark physician self-referral statute, 
•  the False Claims Act, 
•  the beneficiary inducement statute, and 
•  The Travel Act. 

The program will also discuss examples of state anti-fraud laws. The program will then pivot to a discussion of the types of arrangements that are legally permissible … and those that should be avoided. Examples include Medical Director Agreements, Preferred Provider Agreements, placement of employee liaisons, meals to physicians’ staffs, gifts to physicians, payment to physicians for providing education programs, and loan closet arrangements.                               

Price: Member $99.00 | Non-Member $129.00

A PDF registration is also available which can  be  emailed  to Tilly Gambill at tillyg@aahomecare.org or faxed to  202-835-8306.

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