2021 Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute Update
Did you know that significant changes to the federal Stark law and anti-kickback statute were implemented this year? Join attorneys, Jeana Singleton and Amanda Waesch, as they discuss how these changes impact physician practices. We’ll take a look at the new physician compensation rules, the new value-based program rules, and a myriad of other changes.
- Review what the Stark law and anti-kickback statute require
- Identify what changes were implemented to the federal Stark law and anti-kickback statute in 2021.
- Discuss strategies for utilizing and complying with these new changes.
Meet Our Speakers:
Jeana Singleton is an attorney at Brennan, Manna & Diamond. Her healthcare law practice includes representing systems and services, where she counsels providers on legal issues that impact business performance, corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions, business alignment models, and heightened payor return. Singleton works with her clients in all aspects of their business–from navigating regulatory updates, to the growth of consumer driven health practices, and the rapid advancement in technology-based medicine, including telemedicine, orthopaedic implants, and other medical technologies advancements. Staying relevant in a transforming industry is key to sustainability and the value that Singleton offers.
Amanda Waesch is the Co-Vice President of BMD and a Member of the Healthcare and Hospital Law Practice Group at the firm. She operates a national healthcare practice and is licensed in both Ohio and Florida. Amanda primarily focuses her practice on healthcare, employment law, corporate law, and healthcare litigation and advises all types of employers, in particular healthcare providers, including, hospitals and physicians, on various matters. Amanda is a co-developer of www.bmdgateway.com, providing solutions-based training and compliance to businesses.