Given today’s healthcare landscape, healthcare law is currently one of the most dynamic and exciting areas of practice, and our practice group is focused on serving players across the industry, applying extensive experience, proactive insight and cutting-edge knowledge of today’s key issues. Our attorneys possess a wide range of knowledge and experience that allows us to meet the diverse legal needs of healthcare clients, including regulatory compliance, tax matters, employment, litigation, governance, intellectual property and more. Our goal is to provide strategic, goal-oriented and timely counsel, tailored to each client’s unique circumstance, culture and objectives.
We have particular strength in providing strategic regulatory and legal advice to providers as they implement systemic changes based on changing federal and state reimbursement mandates, guiding clients through the evolution to value-based reimbursement, compliance with federal fraud and abuse laws, the Affordable Care Act, ERISA, HIPAA and Part II and enrollment and participation in Medicare and Medicaid. Our attorneys are able to offer healthcare providers a level of business knowledge, operational expertise and legal skill that is not available elsewhere in the state.
We work regularly with Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) in Vermont’s All-Payer Model to assist ACOs develop their models and comply with applicable regulations. As the demand to share health information has increased we have been at the forefront offering expertise in data management in the healthcare space, including with health information exchanges, organized health care arrangements and large-scale data sharing compliance.
Our healthcare attorneys work at the leading edge of the changes shaping the industry and can be regularly found making presentations concerning this expertise at local and national meetings and seminars, and appear regularly before state agencies to advise them on matters affecting the healthcare industry.
- 340B Compliance
- Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Formation, Organization, and Compliance
- Affordable Care Act Compliance
- Alternative Payment Model Contracting
- Certificate of Need (CON) Advice and Application Assistance
- Fraud and abuse advice
- General contracting
- HIPAA Compliance and Training
- Medical Malpractice Litigation
- Part II Compliance
- Population Health Management
- Provider Contracting and Network Services Agreement
- Vermont Health Insurance Regulation
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