Strasburger provides comprehensive legal services in nearly every sector of the health care industry, handling complex business and transactional matters for hospitals, health care systems and physician groups. Our goal is to position clients to withstand market changes and achieve long-term success.
We represent nearly every health care entity imaginable in a variety of matters and transactions, including the creation of health systems; acquisitions or dispositions of facilities; structuring, creation, and implementation of joint ventures; anti-kickback and referral law issues; acquisition or creation of ancillary services; financing transactions; inurement and issues faced by tax-exempt health care entities; and securities offerings and related issues.
Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
Our attorneys handle a wide range of health care litigation, including commercial litigation, medical liability disputes, and lawsuits such as mass torts and class actions. We counsel physician groups, hospitals, health care systems, rehabilitation facilities, laboratories, and other health care related providers. In addition, we represent drug and medical device manufacturers and distributors in lawsuits alleging defective or dangerous products.
Operational & Regulatory Issues
Our extensive knowledge of state and federal regulatory requirements allows us to counsel clients on business organization, operations, transactions, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, and litigation.
We advise physicians and physician groups in all manner of transactions, including the creation of health care entities. Our team is knowledgeable about health care businesses and assists in a variety of situations, from financing and construction needs to estate protection plans. We also routinely counsel clients throughout the licensing and credentialing maze.
Reimbursement entails a complex network of regulations at both the state and federal level. We stay up-to-date on legislation and programs from Medicare and Medicaid regulations to rate setting and pay for performance, as well as advise on contemplated changes.
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