Webinar Duration: 60 minutes
RECORDED: Access recorded version only for one participant; unlimited viewing for 6 months (Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of payment)
SPEAKER: Joseph Wolfe
In this session Mr. Wolfe will provide an overview of the Anti-Kickback and Stark Laws and their fair market value and commercial requirements.
He will distinguish between what is legally required, what is a developing best practice and finally, will discuss common misunderstandings and misconceptions related to fair market value and commercial reasonableness in the industry.
Why should you Attend: In this webinar Mr. Wolfe will discuss the collision between physician compensation arrangements, fair market value, commercial reasonableness and process.
He will explore recent enforcement and valuation trends, will recap the underlying regulatory guidance on fair market value and commercial reasonableness, and most notably, will explore the developing best practices that health care organizations can adopt to streamline their process in order to enhance defensibility in case their physician compensation arrangements are ever challenged.
Areas Covered in the Session:
– Discuss the regulatory guidance and agency commentary on FMV and CR
– Compare and contrast the FMV and CR standards
– Provide perspectives on common misunderstandings and misconceptions related to FMV and CR
– Review enforcement actions involving compliance with the FMV and CR standards and lessons learned
Who Will Benefit:
– In-House Counsel
– Health Care Compliance Officers
– Health Care Human Resources
– Health Care CFOs
– Health Care Executives
Joseph Wolfe is an attorney with Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.C., the largest health care focused law firm in the country. Mr. Wolfe provides advice and counsel to some of the nation’s largest health systems, hospitals and medical groups on a variety of health care issues. He regularly counsels clients on a national basis regarding compliance-focused physician compensation and alignment strategies. He is a frequent speaker on issues related to the physician self-referral statute (Stark Law), hospital-physician transactions, physician compensation governance and health care valuation issues. Before attending law school at the University of Wisconsin, he served as a combat engineer in the United States Army.