CEOs Want Anti-Kickback, Self-Referral Law Waivers For ACO Interactions
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Healthcare Leadership Council – a coalition of health care CEOs – wants Congress to allow more waivers for accountable care organizations from the anti-kickback statute and the Stark law, which protects against physician self-referrals, and are also pushing the same slate of device regulatory reforms as in the House-approved 21st Century Cures bill.
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