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Comment Letter | Legal and Regulatory Compliance

HFMA Comments on Anti-Kickback Statute and Civil Monetary Penalty Proposed Rule

Comment Letter | Legal and Regulatory Compliance

HFMA Comments on Anti-Kickback Statute and Civil Monetary Penalty Proposed Rule

HFMA submitted comments to the Office of Inspector General on the proposed rule related to the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) and Civil Monetary Penalties (CMPs) in the proposed rule published in the October 17, 2019, Federal Register. Comments on the proposals related to:

  • Arrangements for Patient Engagement and Support to Improve Quality, Health Outcomes, and Efficiency
  • Local Transportation
  • Cybersecurity Technology and Related Services
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Opportunities to  Better Align Physician Self-Referral and Anti-Kickback Regulations

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