Erik Martin is dedicated to providing practical legal solutions to health care clients’ real world problems. His practice focuses on medical staff, clinical research, and health care operations, and regulatory compliance matters.
Erik partners with hospitals and health systems to advise them in areas of medical staff governance, including credentialing and privileging, bylaws and medical staff documents, and governing body relationships.
Erik also works closely with academic medical centers and health care providers to advise them in areas of research and clinical trials. He has helped several of the largest academic medical centers in the country as well as a number of community hospitals and physician groups develop (or in many cases rebuild) clinical research management and billing compliance programs, draft and negotiate clinical trial agreements, operationalize regulatory controls, create research policies and procedures, and conduct client training programs.
His experience includes working with health care providers on reimbursement regulatory matters. He has managed internal investigations, conducted probe and in-depth statistically significant audits, calculated overpayments, and assisted clients with drafting and submitting self-disclosures to CMS and the OIG related to physician compensation and vender contracting for healthcare provider organizations.
Erik is also currently a faculty member with Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he teaches advanced healthcare compliance, general compliance, and advises masters students on thesis research and drafting.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Erik A. Martin