3 Ways Fla. Should Revise Its Patient Brokering Act

By Michael Manthei (August 3, 2020, 6:11 PM EDT) -- Almost a year ago, I authored a Law360 article that was critical both of the then recent amendments to the Florida Patient Brokering Act and of commentators' reactions to those amendments. Today I write to update that article with the news that the amendment has been amended.

A brief recap is in order. The PBA always has prohibited the offer, payment, solicitation or receipt of remuneration to induce the referral of, or in return for referring, a patient or patronage to or from a health care provider or health care facility.[1] There are, however, certain exceptions to this prohibition, one of which...

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