7 edition of Hospital joint ventures legal handbook found in the catalog.
|Statement||Max M. Reynolds.|
|LC Classifications||KF3825 .R49 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||2003021672|
List includes ownership or interest the hospital has in joint ventures, partnerships, subsidiary holding companies, or captive insurance companies. c. Nature of Ownership Interest may include the number of shares/membership interests, percentage ownership interest, or indication of whether the hospital is a minority or majority. For example, the hospital might own 51 percent of the hospital-management company venture (holdco), which, in turn, owns 51 percent of the ASC joint venture. While the hospital may only own 26 percent of the joint venture overall, the hospital attempts to maintain sufficient control of the ASC by controlling the venture through the holdco. 2.
A joint venture involves two or more businesses (medical practices, hospitals, or management companies) entering a formal agreement for a particular business project or undertaking. The ability to create synergy with another company through shared expertise is a primary benefit while overcoming cultural and communications barriers are key. Appendix 35A Hospital Joint Venture Policy Appendix 35B Hospital Calendar Year Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Statement for Board of Trustees, Officers and Key Employees Appendix 35C Flowchart for Application of Rev. Proc. Chapter 36 Governance Chapter 37 Labor and Employment Chapter 38 Real Estate Issues.
The hospital contracting model is emerging as the leading approach for structuring joint venture partnerships between physicians and hospitals. By allowing the hospital to form a strategic alliance with select surgeons, it minimizes the provider’s financial investment and . research compliance, as well as population health and joint venture compliance. + Maintaining, reviewing and overseeing all matters reported to OhioHealth’s Ethics and Compliance Hotline, () , which is managed by a third party. + Promoting the need to safeguard protected health information (PHI) so that it is.
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The book is an extremely helpful resource for hospital and health system executives who need assistance in understanding the regulations governing joint ventures between hospitals and physicians.
The author presents the material in simple prose and in a practical format.5/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Overview --Federal fraud & abuse laws governing hospital joint ventures --Federal tax laws governing hospital joint ventures --Federal antitrust laws governing hospital joint ventures --Federal securities laws affecting hospital joint ventures --Medicare.
The Hospital Joint Venture Handbook This joint venture handbook is based upon a series of articles that we began writing for The Governance Institute in the summer of One year later, many of the “new frontiers” in hospital joint ventures that we outlined have continued to evolve at a rapid rate, and new forms of creative.
Highmark Health has announced it is expanding its joint venture relationship with Contessa, a company that helps organizations provide hospital-level care in the home through its Home Recovery Care model.
The expansion comes at a time when more health systems and hospitals are looking to redirect acute care into the home setting to maintain capacity [ ].
As with any joint venture between hospital-based cancer programs and private practices, Grusenmeyer stresses the importance of continually monitoring legal aspects of the joint venture. For example, hospitals cannot provide incentives for referrals of service, because it would be a violation of the Stark and/or antikickback by: 3.
Joint ventures are a way to enter new markets through the partnering of commercial resources. In markets that restrict inward investment, joint ventures.
insight in structuring joint ventures, leading to higher probabilities of success. IJV DEFINED There is no single legal definition of a "joint venture." The term is best defined by the existence of certain characteristics, understandings and arrangements.
An international joint venture is often described as the joining together of two or more. The Joint Venture (JV) Handbook.
BP bought the right to book reserves and future production. we can factor your legal, tax and accounting plann ing into these. This document is a template for a Joint Venture Agreement between two businesses. THE JOINT VENTURE (JV) HANDBOOK 3 of 23 IHS Consulting Executive Summary Joint ventures (JVs) were once the domain of international market entry – a “necessary evil” to comply with restrictions on foreign ownership.
If a joint venture does not meet all of the elements of the Small Investment Interest safe harbor, then it is important that the joint venture comply with the OIG’s fraud alerts and advisory bulletins.
The OIG’s Special Fraud Alert (“Joint Venture”), discussed in Part 2, focused on how a joint venture should be properly set up. This policy applies to all ASC Joint Ventures regardless of the legal structure of the ASC (e.g., corporation, limited liability company, limited partnership, etc under no circumstances will any ASC Joint Venture involve a Hospital paying or transferring Remuneration to a Physician or Other Potential Referral Source, directly or indirectly.
Orientation Handbook, a DSS Industrial Security Representative will contact you shortly to assist in obtaining your facility’s FL. There are three deadlines during the FCL process: 1. Required legal documentation and DSS forms must be submitted in NISS within 20.
This patient and family handbook was created by Johns Hopkins Hospital staff members—with valuable input from patients and family members—to anticipate your concerns. Use it to help guide you through your hospital stay.
If you have any questions about our services, policies or other information in this guide, please. 7 HealthSouth Corporation and Memorial Hospital at Gulfport Launch Joint Venture to Own and Operate Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital.
(, April 3). (, April 3). A “joint venture” occurs when two or more individuals/entities own something together. Increasingly, we are seeing hospitals and DME suppliers create joint ventures. These take the form of the hospital and the DME supplier creating and owning a separate legal entity (“Newco”) that is a DME supplier.
Joint ventures or co-management of hospital outpatient units between hospitals and physicians have come back as the most common new area for surgery center development.
Joint ventures can be distinct business units (a new business entity may be created for the joint venture) or collaborations between businesses. In a collaboration, for example, a high-technology firm may contract with a manufacturer to bring its idea for a product to market; the former provides the know-how, the latter the means.
Every venture must be carefully scrutinized. In this climate, experience matters deeply. Few law firms can match the knowledge and skill of Baker Donelson's health law attorneys in addressing the complicated legal, business, and regulatory questions raised by these new hospital-physician ventures.
Joint Ventures: Antitrust Analysis of Collaborations Among Competitors is the second edition of the Section's handbook on the antitrust analysis of the formation and conduct of joint ventures.
In addition to updating case law with the Supreme Court's American Needle decision and other important developments, the book adds new chapters on intellectual property, international joint ventures.
• True joint-venture. Here, the physicians and hospital joint-venture to be the actual provider of services, and they develop the joint-venture provider together. The provider of services bills third party payors and Medicare.
This is a typical or traditional model for a surgery center. • Equipment, real estate or infrastructure joint-venture.Joint Venturing in the United States / C.
Scott Hartz (Price Waterhouse) --Joint-Venturing Strategies / John R. Wille (Senior Manager Price Waterhouse) --Legal Considerations of Joint Ventures / Cary Levinson, James S.
Lawlor --Accounting Considerations / Barry P. Robbins (Price Waterhouse) --Joint Venturing in the Health Industry / John E.This handbook supersedes, in all aspects, any prior handbook information.
The information in this handbook is intended to be as accurate as possible, however, should there be differences between this handbook and provisions of insur-ance contracts, plan documents and/or policies, or changes in law or regulations pertaining to.