Early Reviews Positive For Proposed Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Revamps By John Commins on HealthLeadersMedia.com
While still reading the fine print, stakeholders say they’re pleased that CMS has taken steps to update the 30-year-old laws.
The CMS proposal would create new and permanent exceptions to the 30-year-old Stark Law.
The reforms aim to enourage providers to try value-based care solutions without fear of violating the law.
Those new exceptions would apply for Medicare and non-Medicare populations alike.
Key stakeholders are offering praise in their early reviews of proposals to update the Stark Law and Anti-kickback Statute unveiled Wednesday by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
October 15, 2019Back To News