Lisa Gora, Member of the Firm in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Newark office, co-authored the book, Health Care Fraud Law: A 50 State Survey, published by AHLA.

Following is a summary:

No health care business professional should be without this first edition of Health Care Fraud Law: A 50 State Survey. From fee-splitting restrictions to discount and rebate restrictions to anti-kickback statutes, state fraud and abuse laws can have a significant impact on health care operations. Among their many variations, state laws may apply regardless of whether a government payer is involved.

In this indispensable new reference, volunteers from the American Health Law Association Fraud and Abuse Practice Group have for the first time published a desk reference containing their longstanding member resource, making it available to the health law community at large.

This book jump starts readers’ research with insight into the following, which impact how state law is applied:

  • Statutory language
  • Regulatory provisions
  • Formal and informal guidance from enforcement agencies
  • Judicial interpretations

Health Care Fraud Law: A 50 State Survey is an invaluable starting point for attorneys who represent health care providers, health care organizations, health care-related businesses, and investors looking for opportunities in this complex regulatory sector. Use it to advise clients across disciplines and jurisdictions.

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