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What Medical Practices Should Know about the Stark Law

The Stark Law is named after California U.S. Congressman, Peter Stark. It seeks to regulate how physicians refer Medicare and Medicaid patients. The law is part of the Omnibus Budget [...]

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Rock Your Practice with an MSO—MSO Compliance vs. using Independent Contactor Practitioners

Growing Pains in Your Healthcare Practice or Healthcare Venture? We’ve had many clinical practices and healthcare ventures come to us asking how to mitigate risk of anti-kickback and [...]

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Physicians Fee-splitting & Nurse Fee-Splitting More Common Than You Realize

An RN who is working on getting her NP recently called our law firm, asking whether he was engaging in illegal “fee-splitting” in her compensation arrangement with a physician. Physician [...]

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How substance abuse treatment centers navigate anti-kickback rules

Substance abuse treatment centers must steer carefully when sending patients for labs. Self-referral, anti-kickback, and fee-splitting rules can create legal enforcement issues and must be [...]

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FEE-SPLITTING 101 FOR MDS AND OTHER INTEGRATIVE HEALTH PRACTITIONERS

Is it fee-splitting to hire another medical doctor, chiropractor, acupuncturist, or other health care practitioner in your office and give them a “cut” of patient revenues? Fee-splitting, [...]

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Do retrospective physician bonuses violate anti-kickback laws?

Do retrospective physician bonuses violate anti-kickback laws? Well they are problematic.

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How Can A Healthcare Clinical Practice Bonus Its Staff, Employees, & Marketing Personnel Without Trigger Fee-Splitting and Anti-Kickback Issues?

Healthcare bonuses raise fee-splitting and anti-kickback issues; is there a workaround?

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Are physician online dietary supplement sales, kickbacks or fee-splitting?

Are physician online dietary supplement sales, kickbacks or fee-splitting?

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Packaging medical services – is it a legal concierge arrangement, or an illegal kickback?

If you're a medical doctor, dentist, acupuncturist, chiropractor, or other licensed healthcare provider, and you offer your patients "9 sessions, get 1 free," have you violated kickback laws?

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Is it fee-splitting for medical doctors to share revenues with non-medical business owners?

"I provide medical (or acupuncture, chiropractic, osteopathic, massage) services on an hourly basis and get paid a percentage of revenues in return.” Is that fee-splitting?

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