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Ownership of Radiology Equipment by Non-Radiologist Providers: How to
Avoid Stark and Anti-Kickback Violations
by: Sean McKenna, and Michael J McCarthy
This webinar will discuss how to avoid Stark and anti-kickback violations
when non-radiologist providers own radiology equipment.
Review enforcement update, healthcare fraud laws, equipment rental
exception, in-of?ce ancillary exception, timeshare/license stark law exception,
best practices for specialists whom own radiology equipment, and much
focuses his practice on healthcare enforcement and regulatory issues,
representing individuals and providers under civil or administrative investigation
by the Department of Justice, Offices of Inspector General, and Attorneys'
General Medicaid Fraud Control Units, as well as in criminal investigations
and matters involving the United States and State Attorneys General. Sean's
areas of concentration:
False Claims Act/Qui tam
Defense of government investigations
including criminal and white collar matters
Healthcare litigation and
Greenberg Traurig is one of
the largest legal firms in the US helping clients bridge diverse legal
systems and cultures, with a focus on efficient and effective strategic
advice and legal services.
As a former ten-year Assistant United States Attorney, Associate Counsel
to the Inspector General and General Counsel for the U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services, Sean focuses his practice on matters involving
the health care industry and regularly represents clients before Medicare,
Medicaid and commercial contractors. Sean’s work includes assisting
clients with internal investigations and compliance reviews, as well as
advising on compliance with state and federal fraud and abuse rules. He
is a frequent invited speaker at national, regional, and local conference.
J. McCarthy is an Associate General Counsel for the Cooper Health
System in Camden, New Jersey just across the river from here. Mr. McCarthy
primarily advises Cooper on compliance issues, privacy, business transactions
and the 340B Drug Discount Program. Cooper University Health Care is the
leading provider of comprehensive health services, medical education and
clinical research in Southern New Jersey.
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