Health Care Compliance, Fraud & Abuse, and Regulatory Counseling
Ensuring Compliant Business Operations in a Highly Regulated Industry
Operating in the health care industry means you are subject to intense regulatory oversight. Managing compliant business operations requires highly experienced counsel who understand the holistic implications of your activities. Our nationally recognized health law attorneys design compliance programs and policies, assist with compliance program implementation and provide day-to-day compliance counseling. We apply our government enforcement experience to implement business initiatives that will keep clients out of the spotlight.Share Awards
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Practice recommended in Health Care: Life Sciences, Health Care: Service Providers
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Ranked National Tier 1, Health Care Law, “Best Law Firms”
Health Law Practice recognized Nationally and in Boston, New York, and Washington, DC
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Our team counsels health care clients nationwide regarding the application of health care fraud and abuse laws, including the federal Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, and the False Claims Act. We also cover analogous state laws and regulations that affect business arrangements and relationships in the health care industry. We routinely conduct full-scale and limited scope compliance audits. And we advise clients on compliance in high-risk areas, including billing, sales, and marketing.
When compliance concerns arise, we're there to help. We assist clients by conducting internal investigations, implementing corrective action, and advising on the risks and benefits of self-disclosure. If necessary, we shepherd clients through disclosures to appropriate state and federal government agencies.
- Draft compliance program documents and advise on compliance program implementation
- Design and provide compliance training presentations, including specialized sessions for sales force, billing, and other groups of employees
- Audit compliance programs to evaluate effectiveness and compliance with state and federal laws and guidance documents
- Advise on the fraud and abuse and other regulatory implications of a variety of business arrangements under state and federal law
- Counsel clients on compliance with state and federal certification and licensure requirements
- Represent clients facing adverse actions brought by state and federal certification and licensure agencies
- Federal fraud and abuse laws (Anti-Kickback Statute; the Stark Law; the False Claims Act; the Civil Monetary Penalties Law)
- State fraud and abuse laws (kickbacks; self-referrals; false claims; fee-splitting)
- Federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act
- State aggregate spend reporting laws
- Federal and state certification and licensure requirements (laboratories; retail clinics; hospitals; long-term and post-acute care providers; durable medical equipment suppliers; dialysis providers)
- Academic medical centers
- Accountable care organizations
- Hospitals and health systems
- Medical technology manufacturers
- Post-acute and long-term care facilities
- Pharmacies and PBMs
- Physician / physician practices
- Retail clinics
Closely aligned with our leading Health Care Enforcement Defense Practice, which includes attorneys who have served in government agencies including the Civil Fraud Section of the DOJ; the Office of Inspector General at the Department of Health and Human Services; the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; US Attorneys' Offices; Medicaid Fraud Control Units; and state attorneys general.
What Our Clients Are Saying
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Our nationally recognized health law attorneys understand the government’s approach to enforcement. We'll work with you to ensure compliance and keep you out of the spotlight.