"This portfolio closely examines the federal anti-kickback statute that prohibits payments as inducement for referrals of Medicare or Medicaid beneficiaries: the statute's goals and terms, its extensive regulatory exceptions, and its interpretation by regulators and the courts. Potential anti-kickback problems in specific types of health care business arrangements are emphasized throughout the portfolio."
Formerly published in Washington, D.C., 1996-2007.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Aims of the anti-kickback and self-referral laws Scope and history Definitions of key terms defendants' perception of their conduct: vagueness and scienter Exceptions to anti-kickback prohibitions Interpretations Application of anti-kickback principles to particular types of transactions beyond the safe harbors Relationship to other statutory/regulatory considerations.
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