AHLA Publishes 2020 Supplement to The Stark Law: Comprehensive Analysis and Practical Guide
- October 06, 2020
Published by the American Health Law Association (AHLA), The Stark Law: Comprehensive Analysis and Practical Guide now ships with a 2020 supplement, providing up-to-date coverage and critical analysis of this risky, complex area, as well as new practice pointers and advice for advising clients.
Several recent developments, included in the 2020 supplement, signal the potential for a more permissive era to come:
- The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued proposed regulations clarifying the agency’s current interpretations of existing regulations and proposing new exceptions that may ultimately expand the scope of permitted activities.
- In the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, CMS issued blanket waivers permitting providers to undertake a range of activities that would not have otherwise complied with the Stark Law.
- CMS issued further clarification of the blanket waivers, helping to clarify certain issues in the Stark regulations more generally.
Authors Charles B. Oppenheim, Ben A. Durie, and Amy M. Joseph analyze these developments and their impact. “This important area of health law continues to evolve,” comments Rob Anderson, AHLA’s Senior Director of Publishing. “In light of the global pandemic and related pressures on our health care system, this update provides timely guidance to help readers navigate current Stark Law challenges and prepare for the much-anticipated Final Rule.”
The Stark Law: Comprehensive Analysis and Practical Guide is available to order through AHLA’s store on the LexisNexis website for both members of AHLA and the broader health law professionals community.
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