A Lawyer Who Has Been in Your Shoes

Start delivering high-quality patient care on a financially sound basis, while knowing you’re always in compliance with all applicable laws

A Unique Asset

Working as a healthcare executive, assisting in the operation of a healthcare provider, and his decades of experience in the areas of law necessary to advise healthcare providers, Bill has positioned himself as one of a kind asset for healthcare executives.

Over the last 37 years Bill has also practiced law in the areas of tax law, real estate law, corporate law, finance law, securities law, antitrust law, and other laws necessary to provide counsel to healthcare providers.  Therefore, unlike many large law firms where a health lawyer’s knowledge may be solely limited to healthcare regulations, Bill is able to listen to a healthcare provider’s problem with an understanding of the various areas of law that would direct a solution.  He is in a better position to provide comprehensive advice and counsel to healthcare clients at a lower cost.


Areas of Work in Health Law

  • Fraud and Abuse (Anti-Kickback)
  • Formation of Physician Hospital Organizations (PHOs), Independent Practice Associations (IPAs), Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs), Management Service Organizations (MSOs), Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs), Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), and Fully Integrated Networks (FINs)
  • Negotiation of Payer Agreements, including profit and loss sharing
  • Board governance, structure and committee matters
  • Bylaws preparation and amendment
  • General contract preparation, review and defense (e.g., IT, vendor, employment, professional services agreements)
  • Compliance, internal investigations and self-disclosure
  • Crisis management
  • Medicare and Medicaid Appeals
  • The Healthcare Quality Care Improvement Act of 1986
  • Tax-Exempt laws
  • Medical Staff Relations
  • Affiliations
  • Dispute resolution
  • Equity and debt offerings
  • Governmental investigations
  • Insurance applications
  • Intellectual property
  • Joint ventures
  • Private equity
  • Public finance (Borrower’s Counsel)
  • Projects and construction
  • Real estate
  • Telemedicine
  • Management and business strategy strategic planning
  • Legal implications of growth/development planning
  • Joint ventures and physician transactions
  • Acquisitions, mergers, restructures and related due diligence
  • Patient care issues
  • Licensure and accreditation
  • Anti-Trust

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