The Office of Inspector General (“OIG”) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) is responsible for detecting and preventing fraud, waste, and abuse in federal health care programs. The OIG has authority to enforce the federal Anti-Kickback Statute (“AKS”) and the Beneficiary Inducements Civil Monetary Penalty law (“CMPL”). One of the ways that the OIG utilizes its enforcement authority is through the issuance of advisory opinions.
Bryan Lanfranco Ferreyra
Bryan Lanfranco Ferreyra is an associate in the Corporate and Securities Practice Group in the firm's Century City office and is a member of the firm’s Healthcare team.
Insider Tips: California Fictitious Name Permits
By Bob Hogan & Bryan Lanfranco Ferreyra on
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What is a Fictitious Name Permit and when and why do you need one? In this article, we cover some of the most common questions and misconceptions about Fictitious Name Permits, which are required to practice medicine in California under certain names.…
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