There are two fraud and abuse laws we will focus on—the Civil Monetary Penalties Law (CMPL) and the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS)—that can be implicated if an organization is offering prizes to Medicaid or Medicare program beneficiaries or to referral sources of patients reimbursed by the ...
Opportunities to sponsor events and partner with other brands can be powerful tools for building awareness, expanding reach, and offering fresh content and experiences that capture new audiences and re-engage existing ones.
Any time a company is engaged in content marketing—whether it is creating content itself or acting through influencers—it is important to be cognizant of intellectual property (IP) issues.
Before addressing legal requirements and compliance practices, it is important to understand the terminology used in discussing prize promotions.
It is no surprise that healthcare data breaches are on the rise.
On May 23, the bipartisan leadership of the House Ways and Means Committee released a four-page draft discussion bill that, if enacted, would make the most significant changes to the Part D benefit since the Affordable Care Act’s changes to the coverage gap.
Prize promotions—such as sweepstakes, contests and giveaways—are popular and effective ways for healthcare organizations to attract, engage and retain customers; increase brand awareness; and, for nonprofits, raise funds.
Inpatient psychiatric facilities offer critical support to Americans with severe mental health needs.
More than 93 million Americans—80% of Internet users—have searched online for a health-related topic, such as a particular medical treatment, doctor, hospital or health insurance.
Manatt’s survey reveals that nearly all state Medicaid fee-for-service (FFS) programs provide reimbursement for some telemedicine services, generally expanding access to telemedicine for their Medicaid FFS beneficiaries.