Cheryl Camin Murray advises providers, financial institutions and other businesses, on entity formation, structural, contractual and health care regulatory issues.
Cheryl counsels clients on how to structure arrangements and transactions in compliance with the Anti-Kickback Statute, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act) and Stark Law, as well as on how to comply with state and other federal health care laws and regulations. She regularly handles professional licensure and liability matters as well as physician alignment strategies.
She speaks and trains clients on health care fraud and abuse, corporate governance, technology, HIPAA compliance, and state privacy and security matters. Cheryl has authored and co-authored numerous publications on health law compliance and e-health issues.
Shown below is a selection of Cheryl Camin’s engagements.
Representation of hospitals; ambulatory surgery centers; physicians and physician groups; chiropractors; pharmacies; co-payment assistance companies; employers; technology vendors; alliances; wellness companies; home health companies; assisted living and nursing facilities; pharmaceutical companies; and various other health care entities, businesses and financial institutions on business transactions as well as regulatory, contractual, legislative, and administrative law issues.
Representation of hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physician practices, and other health care providers in joint venture transactions, affiliation arrangements and clinically integrated networks.
Preparation of privacy and security policies and procedures for health care facilities and other providers as well as business entities.
JD, University of Houston Law Center, cum laude
MPH, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
BA, Texas A&M University
Articles in the National Law Review database by Cheryl Camin Murray