Senate Finance Hearing To Focus Stark Self-Referral Law Exceptions
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Senate Finance Committee plans to debate potential reforms and exceptions to the Stark self-referral law for health-care companies and physicians on July 12 to make the statute better support alternative Medicare payment models. And the committee has released a white paper on the topic.
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