UPDATE:  To view a replay of this webcast, please visit the KPMG Institutes website.

On March 31, CMS released the long-awaited proposed rule governing the Medicare Shared Savings (ACO) program.  On the same day, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a joint statement, entitled "Proposed Statement of Antitrust Enforcement Policy Regarding Accountable Care Organizations Participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program" and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2011-20 requesting comments regarding the need for government guidance on tax-exempt organizations participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program through ACOs.

What do these government pronouncements mean for your organization?

Please join Epstein Becker Greenand KPMG for a 90-minute session that will walk through the significant issues raised in the CMS and OIG regulations, the FTC and DOJ Proposed Statement, and the IRS request for comments and provide a solid perspective on what your organization should immediately start thinking about.

Epstein Becker Green attorneys Lynn Shapiro SnyderMark Lutes, Shawn Gilman, and Lesley Yeung will speak, and Ms. Snyder will also serve as moderator.

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