fraud and abuse law


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fraud and abuse law

A statute that regulates the appropriateness of health care provider behavior in billing practices, receipt of payments, and provision of medically necessary services.
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Incentive and bonus compensation based on factors that measure success in a managed care environment largely avoid the over-utilization concerns of the Stark and fraud and abuse laws, giving the IDS and physicians increased flexibility.