The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently published updated data regarding settlements made under the Voluntary Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol (SRDP), an important mechanism through which providers may disclose actual or potential violations of the federal physician self-referral prohibition commonly known as the Stark Law. Continue Reading CMS Publishes New Data on Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol Settlements
Travis Lloyd focuses on complex healthcare regulatory matters. He represents a broad range of healthcare industry clients, including hospitals and health systems, ambulatory surgery centers, post-acute providers, behavioral health providers, and physician practices, as well as their strategic partners. He has significant experience in the areas of fraud and abuse, reimbursement, and health information privacy and security, as well as in the licensure, certification, and accreditation of healthcare facilities. His work has earned numerous noteworthy plaudits, including selection by Law360 as one of five “Rising Stars” in healthcare across the country in 2018 and selection by Bloomberg Law for its inaugural “They’ve Got Next” series in 2021.
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) continues to offer valuable insights to the healthcare industry as to how best to approach increasingly complex healthcare fraud and abuse issues. Bass, Berry & Sims is pleased to share this HHS-OIG Year In Review (HHS-OIG YIR) that highlights key guidance OIG issued in 2022, as well as other items of import involving the agency.Continue Reading 2022: HHS-OIG Year In Review
Watch the recording of our latest webinar, in which our panel of national healthcare fraud and abuse attorneys will discuss how to disclose a Stark Law violation to CMS.
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