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Location: Online
Cost: Free
Hosted By: Fredrikson’s Health Law Group

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How Stark, the Antikickback Statute and other laws apply to doctors, hospitals, labs, drug and device companies, patients and others in the health care industry. 

Is there a better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than talking about Stark? Our February webinar, structured like an advice column/podcast, will offer practical answers to queries like “Because of a crisis, physicians provided more call coverage than described in our written agreement, can they get paid for it?” “Can we pay physicians for every case they perform at our ASC?” “Can a device company offer a ‘buy 9 and get the 10th free’ promotion?” “Can a laboratory provide a phlebotomist to a clinic?” “Can I waive the co-payment of an upset patient?” and many more. 

While the first ten minutes of the webinar will give a quick primer of Stark, the antikickback statute and some state laws, the balance of the webinar will use real world examples to highlight how laws regulating financial relationships work in the real world. Have a question you want answered? Feel free to send it to with “Lawlorn” in the subject. 

An on-demand recording of the program will be available after the live webcast. Past webcasts can be viewed for free on our Health Law Webinars page.

Continuing Education

We have applied for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for this program in Iowa and Minnesota. This education activity has been submitted to the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® and is currently pending their review for approval of CCB CEUs.

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This webcast is held using ON24. Read more about the minimum system requirements here. Closed captioning is available.

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