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Ellen L. Janos

  • Regularly advise hospital clients on medical staff peer review laws and internal peer review proceedings
  • Advise telemedicine start-ups on state corporate practice of medicine, prescription and telehealth laws
  • Represented a long term care provider in an internal investigation involving drug diversion by facility nurses.
  • Represent Urgent Care Centers of New England d/b/a CareWell Urgent Care, a venture-backed company that develops, operates, or manages urgent care centers, in connection with the Company's roll-out of urgent care centers and joint venture models.
  • Advised a multi-state operator of skilled nursing facilities in several acquisitions, including health care regulatory compliance and Medicaid provider enrollment.
  • Provided state and federal health care regulatory advice to American Well, a pioneer in telehealth technology.
  • Represent a behavioral health management company, that specializes in drug and alcohol treatment, on a range of health care regulatory issues.
  • Researched and analyzed state pharmacy laws relating to licensing, patient choice, mail order pharmacies, autorefill programs, and refills by mail and labeling for a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care.
  • Represent a large health system in establishing a national telehealth program in compliance with state corporate practice of medicine and professional entity laws.
  • Advised a long term care facility on the state and federal notice and reporting obligations following a data breach.
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Mintz advised a health care company on due diligence, structuring, and documentation related to the acquisition of a 13,000-employee long-term care pharmacy. Mintz attorneys counseled the client on privacy, regulatory, and licensing requirements.
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Mintz represents Urgent Care Centers of New England, Inc. and CareWell Urgent Care Centers of MA. Mintz helped CareWell set up its first licensed urgent care center in Massachusetts and helped CareWell, UCCONE, and a third party establish a joint venture to own several CareWell urgent care centers.
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Mintz helped a client launch a personal health assistant app for the US market. Mintz’s FDA Regulatory and Health Law practices advised the client on FDA and data privacy issues.
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Mintz regularly represents clients before the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC). Mintz assists clients with HPC Notice of Material Change filings for transactions and compliance matters and prepares health care executives and leaders for testimony and hearings.
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Mintz’s Health Law Practices collaborate with Corporate, Tax, employment, Real Estate, and Environmental attorneys on transfers of ownership of long-term care facilities and regulated senior care or assisted living residences.
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Mintz assists with closures of post-acute care or residential facilities, including skilled nursing facilities, long-term acute care hospitals, and assisted living residences. Mintz’s Health Law attorneys work with the firm's Public Finance and Bankruptcy & Restructuring to address debt.
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Mintz represents a major Boston-based health care system that includes academic medical centers, community hospitals, physician practices, and a managed care plan. Mintz attorneys helped the system establish a specialty pharmacy and developed new provider contract templates for the health plan.
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Mintz provided pro bono legal counsel to global health nonprofit Partners In Health on its work to help create the Massachusetts COVID-19 Community Tracing Collaborative, an initiative by Governor Charlie Baker that focuses on containing the disease and tracing the contacts of COVID-19 patients.
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Mintz represented New England Geriatrics, a provider of comprehensive psychiatric care to geriatric patients and their families, in its $16 million acquisition by HealthDrive Corporation. A cross-sectional team of Health Law, Corporate, Tax, and Litigation attorneys collaborated on the transaction.
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Mintz has served as national transaction counsel for over 20 years for a Fortune 250 company that is a leading provider of kidney care. Mintz attorneys handle corporate, health care regulatory, employment, litigation, tax, and other related issues for transactions across the country.
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Mintz’s Health Law attorneys advised telehealth technology company American Well on state regulatory issues related to developing a national medical group with 24 / 7 availability. The firm’s Corporate attorneys handled the technology licensing and contracts with partners.
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Mintz has been lead transaction counsel for a large radiology group practice since its April 2013 inception, including for major acquisitions in Texas, Arizona, California, and Louisiana. Mintz has also led debt and equity refinancings for the client totaling more than $1 billion in capital.
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Mintz Health Law attorneys assist clients in the post-acute business with complex regulatory issues. Mintz attorneys conducted an internal investigation for a client regarding a possible drug diversion and assisted with reports to state and local regulatory and law enforcement authorities.