David focuses his practice on health care matters. In addition to providing advice and counsel to health care providers such as academic medical centers, acute care hospitals, physician practice groups, managed care organizations, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and ambulatory surgery centers, he advises private equity and independent purchasers on corporate structure, fraud and abuse, anti-kickback, and regulatory and licensure matters.
David’s experience includes transactional work related to affiliations, mergers and acquisitions, and taxable and tax exempt financing. He has advised clients on a broad range of health law matters, including medical peer review matters, hospital operations, health care policies and procedures, medical staff credentialing, federal and state investigations, health care regulatory matters, and other industry challenges. David also regularly advises clients on general business and corporate matters, such as issues related to day-to-day business strategy, entity formation and corporate governance, corporate compliance, contracts, HIPAA compliance, and antitrust issues.
He has provided legal advice related to employer, physician, and hospitals obligations under the Affordable Care Act, and has advised medical marijuana dispensaries on nonprofit conversion, due diligence for potential transactions, post-nonprofit conversion corporate structure, and regulatory and licensing issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by David A. Chorney