The Complete Connected Stark Laws & Regulations CD-ROM, Second Edition (Non-Members)
Edited by Kevin McAnaney
Note: AHLA CD-ROM products are not compatible with Macintosh PC.
The American Health Lawyers Association is pleased to bring you the new edition of an invaluable Stark-related tool to aid in your compliance efforts. The Complete "Connected" Stark Laws and Regulations CD-ROM, Second Edition is now available. Designed and compiled with guidance from Kevin McAnaney, this updated and improved essential tool -- in and easily accessible electronic format -- delivers all the key materials relating to the Stark physician self-referral law.
The CD-ROM includes:
• The Stark statute -- 42 USCS 1395nn -- in a fully annotated format, and other relevant statutes
• The complete text of proposed and final rule documents from the Federal Register from 1991 to November 2008 including:
• Final Physician Fee Schedule CY 2009
• Inpatient PPS Final 2009
• Prescription Drug Regulation
• Advisory opinions from The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services through AO-2008-02
• Select provisions from related legislation and congressional reports
• State self-referral statutes from 37 states
• Federal cases
• Physician self-referral FAQs
The CD also includes the monograph Stark Final Regulations: A Comprehensive Analysis of Key Issues and Practical Guide, Fourth Edition, by Charles B. Oppenheim. This monograph offers practical guidance for advising clients on complying with the regulations, and discusses the potential future direction of the Stark statute and related rulemaking.
About the Editor
Kevin McAnaney, Esquire, is a nationally recognized expert on healthcare fraud and abuse. He served as the Chief of the Industry Guidance Branch of the Office of Counsel to the Inspector General from its creation in 1997 until May 2003. The OIG is responsible for issuing formal guidance to the regulated community, especially on the anti-kickback statute and the Ethics in Patient Referrals Act ("Stark I and II"). Mr. McAnaney also worked closely with the Department of Justice in developing cases involving the anti-kickback and Stark statutes. He is engaged in the private practice of law in Washington, D.C.