Does not violate the anti-kickback statute

Does not violate the anti-kickback statute, as used in this subpart only, means that the particular arrangement -
(1)
(i) Meets a safe harbor under the anti-kickback statute, as set forth at § 1001.952 of this title, “Exceptions”;
(ii) Has been specifically approved by the OIG in a favorable advisory opinion issued to a party to the particular arrangement (for example, the entity furnishing DHS) with respect to the particular arrangement (and not a similar arrangement), provided that the arrangement is conducted in accordance with the facts certified by the requesting party and the opinion is otherwise issued in accordance with part 1008 of this title, “Advisory Opinions by the OIG”; or
(iii) Does not violate the anti-kickback provisions in section 1128B(b) of the Act.
(2) For purposes of this definition, a favorable advisory opinion means an opinion in which the OIG opines that -
(i) The party's specific arrangement does not implicate the anti-kickback statute, does not constitute prohibited remuneration, or fits in a safe harbor under § 1001.952 of this title; or
(ii) The party will not be subject to any OIG sanctions arising under the anti-kickback statute (for example, under sections 1128A(a)(7) and 1128(b)(7) of the Act) in connection with the party's specific arrangement.

Source

42 CFR § 411.351


Scoping language

As used in this subpart, unless the context indicates otherwise:

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