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Reforming Stark/Anti-Kickback Policies

An event from the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy

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Welcome and Introduction, & Keynote remarks

Welcome and Introduction, & Keynote remarks
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Welcome and Introduction, & Keynote remarks

In recent years, the health care system has accelerated experimentation into new payment and delivery models that reward care coordination, integration, and value.  However, observers and market participants have expressed concerns that long-standing anti-fraud rules in Medicare and Medicaid prevent innovation and hold back potentially promising new arrangements.  In 2018, the Trump administration sought stakeholder feedback on how the regulations implementing those laws might be modified to promote value-based, coordinated, integrated care delivery while protecting taxpayers and beneficiaries from fraud.

On January 30, 2019 the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy hosted Eric Hargan, the Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services, for a discussion about this effort. Following his presentation, experts in health care payment and delivery system reform discussed the issue and the path forward.

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Welcome and Introduction

Keynote Remarks

Panel Discussion

Kimberly Brandt

Principal Deputy Administrator for Operations - Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

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