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Health Care

As health care undergoes a radical transformation on numerous fronts, providers face tough choices and uncertainties. They need lawyers who intimately understand both the industry and the law, and who offer solutions that speak to their patient care and business objectives.

Health Care

From general counseling to corporate transactions, regulatory matters, and disputes, Much’s Health Care attorneys provide strategic, straightforward solutions to the complex issues our provider clients encounter every day.

A real-world approach.

Both established and startup health care providers count on Much for full-service legal support. Our clients include:

  • Pharmacies
  • Skilled nursing and long-term care facilities
  • Home health agencies
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Supportive living facilities
  • Provider-owned medical groups, physicians, dentists, mental health providers, physical therapists, podiatrists, clinical psychologists, and veterinarians
  • Large health systems
  • Drug manufacturers and distributors
  • For-profit and nonprofit hospitals
  • Ancillary care providers
  • Combining care retirement communities
  • Life care centers
  • Hospices
  • Managed care companies
  • Management service organizations
  • Counseling: We advise on day-to-day operational concerns, employment and administrative matters, vendor agreements, regulatory compliance, intellectual property, and real estate and construction issues.
  • Transactions: We handle mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances, financings and investments, and corporate restructurings.
  • Regulatory matters: Our attorneys help clients achieve compliance with the Anti-Kickback Statute and other federal fraud and abuse laws, the Stark law, federal and state survey and certification standards, state licensure requirements, and other regulations.
  • Litigation and dispute resolution: The Much team handles regulatory and civil litigation against federal and state governmental agencies, dispute resolution, and governmental and law enforcement investigations.
  • Disciplinary actions: We have experience defending licensed and certified providers of all types before state disciplinary boards.
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act compliance: Our lawyers advise on business associate agreements, compliance, and action plans when breaches occur.

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