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Substantial, if not fundamental, changes to health-care fraud and abuse laws appear on the horizon in light of the U.S. Department of Human Services “Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care.” If proposed changes submitted by key stakeholders come to fruition, a sizable swath of health law regulatory practice may be replaced, if not largely disappear. That is, the need to fit a wide range of innovative provider arrangements into complex and confusing Stark exceptions and Anti‑Kickback Safe Harbors may become largely obsolete.

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