Our Health Care attorneys represent individual licensed providers and group practices in licensure and credentialing matters, as well in general corporate and regulatory matters. We represent both physicians and physician practices in negotiating employment agreements, corporate restructurings and practice buy-ins. We also represent physicians involved in joint ventures and “gain sharing” programs with hospitals and other providers, and we assist in negotiating managed care contracts and other contracts.
We have helped providers contract for and implement electronic health records systems and other forms of health information technology, and we regularly advise providers about the business and regulatory aspects of the current health care environment. We have also provided guidance to providers on:
- Corporate formation issues
- Securing tax-exempt status
- Mergers and Member Substitutions
- Purchase and sale transactions
- Private placement offerings
- Drafting shareholder, employment and independent contractor agreements
- Structuring health system reorganizations
- Clinical and academic affiliations
- Physician recruitment arrangements
- Acquisitions, divestitures and change of ownership
- Joint ventures with hospitals, physicians and development and management companies.
News & Insights
- Information Blocking FAQs – The April 5th Implementation Deadline Has Passed; What Providers Need to Know04.08.2021
- Question to Ask for Next Coronavirus Surge: Are Your Triage Protocols in Compliance with OCR Guidance?09.08.2020
- More Money for Hospitals and Other COVID-19 Caregivers: Federal Provider Relief Fund Replenished and Disbursement Begins04.24.2020
- Connecticut Allows New Telehealth Capabilities and Further Expands Clinical Workforce in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic04.24.2020
- Executive Order Limiting Liability for Connecticut Providers Responding to COVID-19 Grants Protections for Health Care Professionals and Hospitals Grappling With Pandemic04.05.2020
- Connecticut Further Expands Coverage of Telehealth Services During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency03.20.2020
- Connecticut Governor Issues Executive Orders to Establish Statewide Healthcare Cost Growth and Quality Benchmarks01.23.2020
Our bankruptcy team successfully transitioned Hebrew HealthCare’s 257 bed nursing facility in West Hartford to a new owner as part of its bankruptcy reorganization process. Hebrew HealthCare and its four affiliates filed for Chapter 11 in August and immediately sought permission from the Bankruptcy Court to sell its skilled nursing facility.
“Access Health CT” is the business name and registered trademark for the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange – the state’s health insurance marketplace established under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Most consumers recognize Access Health CT by the bright yellow and orange logo used to introduce the Exchange to the public, but some individuals search for the Exchange on the Internet using terms such as: “Connecticut insurance exchange” or “CT health insurance exchange.”
Our health care attorneys were at the forefront of representing clients in mergers and acquisitions as well as in a host of regulatory matters in the ever-growing ambulatory surgery center sector.