Health Care Litigation
All health care providers are not alike, and neither are health care litigators. Our health care litigators understand the unique business and regulatory issues that affect our individual health care clients and provide advice and assistance that is carefully tailored to each client’s particular needs.
Our health care clients include for-profit and non-profit providers, ranging from individual physicians and advance practice nurses to physician groups, ambulatory surgical centers, diagnostic imaging centers, home health agencies, intermediate and long term care entities, nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, hospice providers, hospitals, hospital systems, and integrated health delivery systems. We also represent academic medical centers, health care trade associations, pharmaceutical companies, insurers, and employer health plans.
We routinely defend our clients’ interests in court and before state and federal regulators on matters involving regulatory compliance challenges, enrollment, accreditation, licensure disputes, Certificate of Need (CON) applications and objections, professional disciplinary actions, reimbursement challenges (such as Medicare and Medicaid overpayment appeals), and fraud and abuse cases, including government-initiated actions under the federal Stark Physician Self-Referral Laws, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act. We also represent our health care clients in antitrust cases, complex commercial disputes, cases involving information technology and privacy issues, and a broad range of other matters. We also recognize that, in some instances, the most successful resolution of health care disputes can, and should, occur without the expense and inconvenience of litigation. Our lawyers are skilled in achieving such resolutions.
Practice ContactAnthony J. O'Malley
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