Physician Self-Referral Law/Stark law

Sep 28, 2022
The AHA and Federation of American Hospitals urged Congress to oppose H.R.1330/S.4130 and any other legislation that would repeal or weaken current law limiting self-referral to physician-owned hospitals.
Sep 28, 2022
The Federation of American Hospitals and the American Hospital Association urge Congress to oppose H.R. 1330 / S. 4130 and any other legislation that would repeal or weaken current law limiting self-referral to physician owned hospitals.
Mar 11, 2022
The AHA and FAH urge CMS to deny DHR’s request for an exception to the prohibition on expansion of the facility capacity of a physician-owned hospital. CMS is not obligated by statute or regulation to grant an expansion request to any facility that satisfies the “high Medicaid facility” exception…
Nov 23, 2020
The AHA released a detailed summary of two final rules that would modernize and make important changes to policies governing physician self-referral (Stark law) and federal anti-kickback statute regulations.
Nov 23, 2020
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Nov. 20 released two final rules that will modernize and make important changes to physician self-referral (Stark law) and federal Anti-kickback statute (AKS) regulations.
Nov 23, 2020
The Department of Health and Human Services released its final rules with changes to the Stark Law and Anti-kickback statute. AHA members will receive a Special Bulletin highlighting key changes.
Aug 26, 2020
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services extended its timeline for issuing a final rule modernizing the physician self-referral regulations until Aug. 31, 2021.
Aug 19, 2020
The AHA urges an expeditious review and release of the Physician Self-Referral and Anti-Kickback Statute final regulations that were submitted by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General in July.
May 1, 2020
The AHA, along with five other health organizations, urged Attorney General Bill Barr in providing “relief from the technical requirements of the Federal fraud and abuse laws and the unnecessary risk they pose to hospitals during a declared public health crisis.”