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Healthcare Real Estate: Navigating Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute in Real Estate Leasing

Events / Wednesday, July 20, 2016

When healthcare providers are involved in real estate leasing, they bring with them a host of laws and regulations that may be unfamiliar to professionals accustomed to handling traditional real estate leasing.

The BakerHostetler Real Estate and Healthcare teams held a complimentary seminar providing an overview of the impact of Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute on real estate leasing involving healthcare facilities and providers. A panel highlighted common pitfalls and practical solutions for compliance with these healthcare laws and regulations in the real estate leasing context.

Topics included:
  • Overview of the impact of Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute on healthcare real estate leasing
  • Stark Law office space rental exception and Anti-Kickback space rental safe harbor
  • Stark Law exception for timeshare arrangements
  • Best practices for compliance
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For more information, please contact Julie Kirschnick at 216.861.6772.

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