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Health care is changing rapidly, and change will continue. If you or your business operates in the health care world, you need more than just legal counsel. You need to stay Well Ahead by identifying and addressing your company’s risks and opportunities. More about the Health Care Litigation and Government Investigations, Health Transactions and Regulations, Health Benefit Plans, and Intellectual Property Protection and Enforcement practice groups.
- Accountable Care Organizations
- Affordable Care Act
- Bipartisan Budget Act
- Business Planning
- Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
- CMS Guidance
- Compliance Programs
- Critical Access Hospitals/Rural Healthcare
- Data Privacy and Security
- Employee Benefits
- Executive Orders
- False Claims Act
- Financial Restructuring/Bankruptcies
- Health Insurance
- Healthcare Compliance Programs
- Healthcare Fraud and Abuse
- Healthcare IT
- Healthcare Payment and Reimbursement
- HHS Office for Civil Rights
- Implied Certification
- Life Sciences
- Long Term Care
- Meaningful Use
- Medical Device
- Medical Malpractice
- Medicare / Medicaid
- Medicare Billing and Reimbursement
- Medicare Part D
- Office of Inspector General
- OIG Guidance
- Organ Donation
- Price Transparency
- Regulatory Sprint
- Sunshine Act/Open Payments
- Tax Exemption
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Alissa represents health systems, hospitals, pharmacies, long-term care providers, home he...
Hannah brings specialized knowledge and real-life experience to help her clients make infor...
Andrew's experience spans a wide range of industries, and has particular depth in...
Becki assists clients in the areas of litigation and administrative law wit...
Katie has worked on business and corporate issues for more than 20 years. Many of...
Lillie assists a wide array of healthcare industry clients with corporate transact...
Ross works in the health care provider, payor, and drug and medical device segment...
As an associate in Dorsey's trial group, Nate Ebnet helps clients achieve their g...
Katie helps employers make day-to-day decisions that are legally sound and that re...
Elise counsels a wide variety of clients in the Health Care industry on regulatory...
Adam provides strategic advice to health care providers through all stage...
Randall is an associate in Dorsey’s health transactions and regulations practice group.
Alan is a litigator in Dorsey’s trial group with a focus on clients in...
Mike serves clients in highly regulated industries, including health care and gam...
Carson’s transactional practice focuses on aiding clients in navigating...
Jamie counsels clients in the healthcare industry in connection with complex busi...
Neal regularly advises clients regarding compliance with laws specific to the he...
Mara regularly advises clients on matters of state and federal regulatory complia...
As an associate in the Trial Group, Vanessa serves clients in both federal and s...
Claire works in three diverse sectors – health care, tax exempt organizations,...
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