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We are knowledgeable on various aspects of Medicare reimbursement and their impact on health care providers and transactions. We can assist clients with Medicare and Medicaid compliance issues such as provider-based status, supervision requirements in various patient care settings, provider enrollment issues, outpatient prospective payment issues, administrative appeals of program denials, recovery audit contractor reviews, repayment and self-disclosure issues, fraud and abuse issues, conditions of coverage issues, Stark law and anti-kickback issues, and a variety of other Medicare issues.
We are cognizant of the effects that Medicare issues have upon health care contracts and transactions. In contract, transactional, and business matters, we are able to advise clients concerning the impact of Medicare laws on the structure of the applicable arrangement.