HHS May Make Changes To Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Rules: 5 Details

Article written by: Laura Dyrda, Becker's ASC Review, October 10, 2019

HHS may make changes to the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute that are intended to make it easier for healthcare providers to collaborate on value-based care arrangements.

Five things to know:

1. Under the proposed new rule issued by CMS, Stark Law would include value-based exceptions to acknowledge that the incentives for value-based care are different from volume-based care. The proposal includes safeguards to protect against overutilization, among other potential issues, but would give physicians and healthcare providers more flexibility... Read the full article here.


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