STARK II: Implications for Academic Medicine / Produced by the Health Care Financing Administration in cooperation with the Association of American Medical Colleges

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Date
1998-05-18
Main contributor
United States. Health Care Financing Administration
Summary
Association of American Medical Colleges teleconference presenting an overview of the legislation forming STARK I, known as the Physician Referral Legislation, and the issues surrounding the formation and implementation of STARK II, which brought Medicare and Medicaid into the referral system.
Contributor
Association of American Medical Colleges
Publisher
Health Care Financing Administration
Genres
Educational; History
Subjects
Medicine Study and Teaching (Continuing Education); Physician Self-Referral; Medicare; Medicaid; Hospital-Physician Joint Ventures; Medical Laws and Legislation
Location
United States
Collection
Historical Audiovisual Recordings
Unit
Ruth Lilly Medical Library
Language
English
Rights Statement
In Copyright - Educational Use Permitted
Physical Description
1 computer laser optical disk : col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes

Creation/Production Credits

Moderator: Joel Suldan (VP and General Counsel, Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, MD; Speakers: Joanne Sinsheimer (Health Care Financing Administration), Dennis Barry (Attorney, Vinson & Elkins, Washington, DC).

Statement of Responsibility

Produced by the Health Care Financing Administration in cooperation with the Association of American Medical Colleges

Venue/Event Date

Originally broadcast on May 18, 1998
Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 5584112; OCLC: ocm42890095

Access Restrictions

This item is accessible by: the public.