This BNA webinar will get you up to speed on crucial revisions to the federal physician self-referral law (commonly known as the Stark Law.)

Learn which "under arrangements" relationships became noncompliant with the Stark Law as of October 1, 2009. Our panel of experts will brief you on other October 1, 2009 changes, including the expanded definition of "entity" and its severe business ramifications for physician-owned entities that provide services to hospitals.

You'll also learn about changes in allowable lease arrangements, both for office space and for equipment. Turn to BNA for the guidance you need to ensure that your financial relationships are fully compliant with the revised law—learn to restructure physician arrangements and avoid costly penalties.

Speakers Carrie Valiant and Jana Kolarik Anderson of Epstein Becker Green will address these topics:

  • How has the definition of "designated health services" (DHS) been expanded?
  • Do the "stand in the shoes" rules apply?
  • Do your "under arrangements" relationships with physician-owned entities need to be restructured?
  • How do the rule changes regarding physician equipment and space lease arrangements impact your agreements?

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