(RECORDED WEBINAR) Free Transportation, Gift Cards, and Other Patient Incentives: Activities You Can Do to Promote Health Without Violating Federal Law
Historically, federal law has stood in the way of providers offering incentives to patients despite their value as a tool for promoting health and access to services among at-risk and vulnerable populations. Due to recent changes in federal law, providers can now utilize exceptions under the Beneficiary Inducement Prohibition and offer free transportation, gift cards and other incentives to their patients, and even in some cases, to the provider's potential patients. Please join Adam Falcone and Daryl Berke as they explain the Beneficiary Inducement Prohibition and its related exceptions as well as provide examples of activities that would be considered permitted incentives under federal law.
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- Explain the general prohibition of patient inducements under federal law;
- Detail new exceptions to the general prohibition of patient inducements; and
- Identify examples of activities that would be permissible incentives under federal law.
Adam J. Falcone is a partner in FTLF’s national health law practice group, where he counsels a diverse spectrum of community-based organizations that render primary and behavioral healthcare services. Adam counsels clients on a wide range of health law issues, with a focus on fraud and abuse, reimbursement and payment, and antitrust and competition matters. [Full Bio]
As an associate in the Health Law and Federal Grants practice groups, Daryl assists on transactional matters as well as litigation pertaining to managed care, the Medicare and Medicaid programs, the federal anti-kickback and self-referral prohibitions, and the Federal Tort Claims Act. [Full Bio]
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