Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) Red Flags Rule

Latest news on the Red Flags Rule 


Court rules on definition of “creditor”


In the latest development in the long debate over enforcement of the Red Flags Rule, the D.C. Circuit Court has ruled that the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC’s) definition of a creditor as any entity that defers payment is no longer valid. Read more.

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Red Flags Rule Advocacy 


MGMA has long been concerned about the FTC’s assertion that most healthcare providers are creditors subject to the Red Flags Rule. This interpretation was offered after the Red Flags Rule was finalized, preventing the physician community from providing input. Since this was announced, MGMA has consistently worked to delay and/or overturn the Rule.



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