SOUTHFIELD, Mich., May 29, 2014 – Adrienne Dresevic, founding shareholder of The Health Law Partners, recently hosted an American Bar Association’s (ABA) webinar on the federal Anti-kickback Statute (AKS). Founding Shareholder Rob Iwrey made the announcement.
Sponsored by the American Bar Association, health care attorneys throughout the United States participated in the informative webinar, which provided an in-depth overview of this complex criminal statute. Along with an expert panel, Dresevic outlined the process to analyze arrangements under AKS, discussed Exceptions and Safe Harbors, highlighted the impact of the Affordable Care Act and analyzed the differences between AKS and other fraud and abuse laws.
Dresevic, a founding shareholder of The Health Law Partners, is an avid writer and speaker. She has published more than 60 articles on health care law and presents at national conferences throughout the year. Dresevic’s practice encompasses the full spectrum of health care law with a substantial portion of her practice dedicated to Stark & Anti-Kickback, Fraud and Abuse. She received her juris doctorate from Wayne State University Law School, finishing second in her class magna cum laude, and was a member of the Order of the Coif.
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The Health Law Partners is a law firm dedicated to the practice of health care law. Established in 2009 by Adrienne Dresevic, Jessica Gustafson, Robert Iwrey, Carey Kalmowitz and Abby Pendleton, the firm has a national presence with offices in Detroit, New York, Atlanta and Cleveland. Clients include hospitals and health systems, physicians, imaging entities, ambulatory surgery centers, management and billing companies, DME suppliers, and hospice organizations, among others.
The firm has extensive knowledge and experience in Medicare and Medicaid appeals, Stark and Anti-Kickback compliance, health care regulatory matters, health care billing and reimbursement issues, health care transactional work, as well as licensing issues, staff privileging, and participation with third-party payors. For more information, please visit www.thehealthlawpartners.com.