Bass, Berry & Sims attorney John Kelly will serve as moderator for the session titled, “Ensure Transparency in Contributions to 501(C)(3) Organizations,” at the CBI’s Patient Support Services Congress taking place June 19, 2019 at the Sheraton University City in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
John’s session will focus on how the continued growth of patient assistance foundations for patients with government or private insurance has led to increased concerns about complying with the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) and accurate price reporting to federal programs. The sessions will compare approaches for assessing and ensuring compliant charitable assistance programs.
The Patient Support Services Congress provides a platform for industry colleagues to participate in a wide-ranging dialogue surrounding customized patient support, operational efficiencies and compliant program services.
For more information and registration, please visit the CBI’s website.
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