As the health system is changing and with clients in every state, this two attorney practice advises on problems involving a wide range of issues, including:

  • Medicare reimbursement
  • Fraud and abuse avoidance and compliance
  • All aspects of Stark and anti-kickback
  • Managed care contracting
  • Medical staff bylaws and issues
  • HIPAA privacy and security
  • Electronic health record licenses
  • Hospital-physician transactions
  • Innovative payment models
  • Clinical integration
  • Physician compensation models
  • The use of patient safety organizations
  • Employment contract drafting and review
  • New forms of fraud and abuse liabilities
  • Pay for performance and bundled payment
  • Social media in health care
  • Medicare enrollment
  • Co-management agreements
  • Leasing the practice to the hospital
  • Hospital-physician contracts
  • Paying medical staff for quality results
  • Gainsharing arrangements

We do not litigate.

Because of our involvement with national professional organizations we can identify and work easily with local counsel for state law questions on which we do not opine.

We frequently work with our client's general counsel.

Our Clients

We have long emphasized physician representation including their groups and networks. As more physicians have joined health systems, we continue to focus on physician-centric issues, but we have also always represented other entities as well.

  • Physicians and physician entities
  • Health care systems
  • Provider networks
  • Laboratories
  • Disease management and clinical guidelines vendors
  • Diagnostic testing entities
  • Allied health practitioners
  • Management and billing companies
  • A significant number of other law firms retain us to help them on technical health law issues