Tom is nationally recognized for his experience with fraud and abuse. Practicing in Boston and Washington, DC, he advises national and local clients on structuring complex strategic affiliation arrangements and transactions to comply with the applicable fraud and abuse laws as well as the variety of other regulatory requirements to meet today’s health reform challenges. His work in defending clients against anti-kickback, Stark Law, false claims, and whistleblower allegations includes litigation, internal investigations, voluntary disclosures, and negotiating settlements and Corporate Integrity Agreements (CIAs).
He has appeared before numerous US attorneys’ offices, the FBI, and the Office of Inspector General (OIG) around the country. In addition, he has served as an expert witness and consulting expert in health care fraud cases.
In addition to his fraud and abuse defense work, Tom advises clients on the legal, practical, and fraud and abuse implications of business arrangements and sales and marketing practices. This part of his practice focuses on Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse compliance and reimbursement issues and related laws, including the federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act, ‘meaningful use’ of EHR technology, under arrangement and provider-based rules, and OIG issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas S. Crane