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Our healthcare attorneys have wide experience in all aspects of the transactional and regulatory issues that arise in the context of physician and dental practices, the sale, acquisition and consolidation of healthcare providers, ancillary services related to healthcare practices, formation of new entities and joint ventures, ongoing operations, management and employment matters including –

  • Mergers and acquisitions, consolidations, joint ventures and formation of new medical, dental and counseling practices;
  • Stark self-referral, kickback and other federal regulatory issues;
  • Establishment of ancillary services;
  • Creation of management service and billing arrangements;
  • Corporate practice of medicine, fee splitting and other state-specific regulatory issues;
  • Admission of new owners and redemption of existing owners, and practice succession planning;
  • Compensation formulas, and operating and employment agreements;
  • Restrictive covenants, such as non-compete and non-solicitation provisions;
  •  Office-based laboratories;
  • Exclusive provider service agreements;
  • Concierge medicine; and
  • HIPAA compliance.

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