Who Doesn’t Love Free. . .

The offer of a free scanner seems like a win-win for both – you get a free scanner and we get your business. But there’s more to accepting a free scanner or free merchandise.

In this article, by attorney Benjamin Nevius, he offers words of caution on how prevent you and your practice from violating anti-kick back laws. Attorney Nevius of Fox Rothschild, addresses the intent of the law to prevent Medicare and Medicaid fraud.

Read the full post here.*

At SOLO Laboratories, we won’t risk our reputation or yours with offers that may violate the anti-kickback statutes. We encourage you to seek legal advice before you commit to accepting free or heavily discounted products or services in exchange for your business.

As always, if you have any questions for us, we’re here to answer them.

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