The increasing complexity and scope of laws and regulations affecting the healthcare industry require careful review and analysis of existing provider relationships and attention to the structure and details of pending transactions. Our attorneys provide a full range of services to providers and healthcare organizations in capacities ranging from general counsel to occasional consultation.

Clients in this industry include proprietary, governmental and not-for-profit hospitals, home health agencies, ambulatory care facilities, multi-specialty group practices, individual practitioners, provider networks and organizations, managed care organizations, durable medical equipment suppliers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and other health-related organizations.

We advise clients on matters such as:

  • Impact of federal and state antifraud and abuse laws on business and commercial relationships
  • Effect of federal and state reimbursement policies on their operations
  • Relationship of state professional practice laws to proposed transactions
  • Structure and execution of affiliations and combinations of hospitals
  • Joint ventures among providers
  • Financing arrangements and relationships between hospitals and physicians
  • Transactions between the for profit and not-for-profit sectors
  • Operational issues involving contracts for services and goods, patient rights, consents to treatment and regulatory compliance
  • Development, implementation and operation of corporate compliance plans
  • Certificates of need and licenses for the construction, renovation and operation of healthcare facilities
  • Tax-exempt financing, tax planning and structuring of transactions for the construction and addition of healthcare facilities

Our Labor & Employment Law attorneys also represent hospitals and other healthcare providers in a full range of employment-related issues, including:

  • Employee organizing and collective bargaining
  • Labor arbitrations
  • Equal opportunity law
  • Employment at will
  • Employee privacy issues
  • Appointment and termination of medical staff
  • Compliance with occupational safety and health laws

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