Navigating Commercial Reasonableness of Physician Compensation Arrangements

The Changing Health Care Environment

To stay compliant with evolving regulatory requirements, health care organizations must have the appropriate structures in place to help mitigate financial, resource and reputational risk for potential physician compensation violations related to the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute and other IRS not-for-profit regulations.

Understanding Commercial Reasonableness in the context of a rapidly changing health care environment is critical, but navigating what this requirement entails can often be challenging. In this piece, SullivanCotter highlights typical areas of focus to consider when assessing the commercial reasonableness of physician compensation arrangements.



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