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Weighing the Stark Law Exceptions

Author: Howrey, Linda

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: August 2008


Donations of software and services to physicians allowed under the anti-kickback exceptions are meant to spur health IT adoption, but evaluating the potential is a complex exercise for both donor and recipient.

Exceptions to the Stark Law and the anti-kickback statute enable hospital....

Physician Self-Referral and Anti-kickback Laws Pose Threats to Development of Community Health Information Networks

Author: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Source: External - used with permission

Publication Date: October 02, 2004


[Oct. 2004] Establishing a regional community-based health information organization (RHIO) exchange presents a host of technical, regulatory, financial and practical challenges. Most would agree that in order for the regional health information organization system to be effective, community p....

Limitation on certain physician referrals

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Source: U.S. Code

Publication Date: January 23, 2000

From the U.S. Code Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov] [Laws in effect as of January 23, 2000] [Document not affected by Public Laws enacted between January 23, 2000 and December 4, 2001] [CITE: 42USC1395nn] TITLE 42--THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE CHAPTER 7--SOCIAL SECURITY SUBCHAPTER XVIII....

Final Stark II Regulations

Author: Bergeson, Donna; Butler, Jennifer

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 10, 2001


Introduction

The Stark Law1is designed to prohibit physician referrals for certain services when the referring physician has a financial relationship with the facility providing the service. This paper will summarize the history of the Stark Law and provide a brief discussion of the fu....