Health Care

Our attorneys work closely with health care clients to handle health law issues.

Health Care

Our attorneys work closely with health care clients to handle health law issues.

Actively and extensively involved in assisting health care clients, our experienced health care attorneys handle a broad spectrum of HEALTH LAW ISSUES.


Health care clients can rely on the deep experience and far-reaching knowledge of our health care attorneys. We work closely with health care clients on wide-ranging health law matters, including:

  • Contracting, including provider/payor agreements, employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, professional services agreements, and software license agreements
  • Certificate of need
  • Antitrust
  • Fraud and abuse
  • Licensing
  • Medicare, Medicaid Advantage, Medicaid and other governmental programs
  • Health insurance and health plan administration
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), including privacy and security
  • Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA)
  • Telehealth and telemedicine
  • Compliance programs
  • Legislative and regulatory issues
  • Procurement strategies


Our multidisciplinary approach ensures health care clients receive thorough, thoughtful, and knowledgeable advice regarding:

  • Formation and operation of corporate entities
  • Formation and operation of services entities including Management Services Organizations and Dental Services Organizations
  • Labor and employment law
  • Compensation and employee benefits
  • Mergers and acquisitions and regulatory investments
  • Joint ventures
  • Financing
  • Taxation
  • Lobbying


To offer a full range of services, our health care attorneys work with experienced professionals throughout the firm, including attorneys who focus on:


Our health care experience encompasses broad representation of a variety of health care clients.

  • Advise individual physician, dentist, and other provider practices, group practices, large multispecialty provider groups, ambulatory surgical centers, and hospitals and health systems on an array of matters.
  • Advise health insurance companies, health plan sponsors, and third-party administrators with respect to a broad range of health care and insurance regulatory matters, including ERISA, ACA, HIPAA, CAA, and mental health parity compliance (MHPEA) and state law compliance.
  • Represent providers on licensing and accreditation matters.
  • Represent a broad range of entities involved in health care services, including nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
  • Assist large private health care clinics with organization of ambulatory surgery centers.