The health industry is a complex system, and reimbursement is the lifeblood. Reduction in payments from governmental and commercial payors affects providers, suppliers, manufacturers, and all others across the health care continuum.
Regulatory approval and accreditation is the heart of the system. For many, delay in licensure and other regulatory approvals can threaten financing and corporate viability. Accreditation of residency training programs is essential to the vitality of academic medical centers and teaching hospitals.
Restructuring is a fact of life in this dynamic system. Our clients are frequently involved in mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and strategic affiliations to achieve and maintain viability and a leadership position in the marketplace.
Mintz Levin’s health law attorneys work on the most complicated and sensitive legal matters, from managing government investigations with potential civil, administrative, and criminal liability, to structuring multi-million dollar corporate transactions. Our cross-disciplinary approach equips Mintz Levin attorneys to solve problems throughout the industry, enabling our clients to focus on what counts: providing cost-effective, quality patient care.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Health Law Practice