Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Taylor Chenery contributed the Tennessee chapter to the first edition of Health Care Fraud Law: A 50 State Survey, published by the American Health Law Association (AHLA). This reference guide provides insight into statutory language, regulatory provisions, formal and informal guidance from enforcement agencies, and judicial interpretations—all of which impact how myriad variations in state law are applied to regulate the healthcare industry. This survey is an invaluable reference guide for attorneys who represent healthcare providers, organizations, businesses, and investors in this complex regulatory sector throughout the country.
Taylor’s chapter includes content related to Tennessee statutes and regulations related to the state False Claims Act, anti-kickback and fee splitting provisions, prohibitions on self-referrals, unfair business practices, whistleblower protections, and more.
Chapters in the book were authored by volunteers from AHLA’s Fraud and Abuse Practice Group. To purchase your copy of Health Care Fraud Law: A 50 State Survey, click here.