Fact Sheet | Legal and Regulatory Compliance

Anti-Kickback Statute and Civil Monetary Penalty Proposed Rule Summary

Fact Sheet | Legal and Regulatory Compliance

Anti-Kickback Statute and Civil Monetary Penalty Proposed Rule Summary

This document summarizes the proposed rule published by the OIG in the October 17, 2019, Federal Register, to revise safe harbors under the federal anti-kickback statute  (AKS) and the civil monetary penalty (CMP) law that prohibits inducements offered to patients (beneficiary inducement CMP).

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