July 13, 2017
One Compliance Violation Headline is One Too Many
Illegal referrals and inaccurate billing are often inadvertent, but can be part of deliberate and deceptive moneymaking schemes when physicians and other clinicians have ownership in outsourced providers for hospitals (including intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) providers). Whether intentional or not, there is an ongoing pattern of regulatory compliance violations relating to the False Claims Act, the Stark Law, and the Anti-Kickback Statute. Headlines continue to regularly highlight fraudulent billing and illegal referrals that pose tremendous risk to hospitals, providers, and patients. Even alleged violations and pre-trial indictments can be costly given that regulatory agencies are authorized to suspend federal payments to providers under investigation.Check out our Cost of Compliance Infographic for more detail on the cost of violations. Physicians, staff, patients, investors, and entire communities can...

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