Health Law Alert - Spring 2009


This issue of Ober|Kaler's Health Law Alert includes these articles:

What Providers Must Know When Appealing RAC Audit Findings

Will Online Medicare Enrollment Facilitate Processing?

AHRQ Regs Create Patient Safety Organizations

D.C. Circuit Ruling May Imperil Future Charity Care Days Litigation

New CMS Regs, PRRB Rules Set Rights for Part A Appeals

Final IPPS Rule Contains Significant Stark Changes

Villafane Court Adopts Pragmatic Approach to Stark AMC Exception

Allison Engine: A "Less Friendly" Environment for Qui Tams — But How Much So?

Fighting Back Against Whistleblowers

The Rise and Fall of Medicare Secondary Payor Litigation

Single Member LLCs — Not Always the Vehicle of Choice

An Ounce of Prevention: IP Audits Are Good Medicine

Credentialing, Peer Review Files Producible in Federal Tort Actions

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