Special Report: Self-referrals in spotlight


By Murray W. Wolf

Neil Kunkel of LifePoint Hospitals (left) and John Claybrook of Waller
Lansden provided an update on the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute
during the recent InterFace Healthcare Real Estate conference in New York.
HREI™ photo

Healthcare real estate firms could see more third-party development and investment opportunities, as well as growing demand for real estate advisory, leasing and property management services, thanks to recent changes associated with the laws affecting physician self-referrals.

Conversely, however, they might see fewer opportunities if those same changes motivate more providers to employ their own physicians and own their own outpatient real estate as a way to preclude possible legal entanglements.

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