Regarding Stark, there remain considerable confusions about this badly drafted and misguidedly conceived piece of legislation. The fundamental concerns that motivated the legislation are legitimate: (1) Will physician investment motivate referral to poor quality, financially related entities; (2) Will Medicare overpay entities which create specious joint ventures just to investor physician referrals; (3) Will tainted referrals yield medically unnecessary care for financial return? The statute does precious little to address these core questions. Over the years we have addressed many of the misconceptions and myths about the law and regulations in addition to our two AGG Notes, two part article in Family Practice Management (Part I, Part II) and Ten Myths About the Stark Statute Debunked. Further exploration appears in the new article “Is Your Group A Group?