Health Care
Health Care
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Practice Area | Health Care

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With the rapid pace of change in health care, it is important to have legal counsel who can effectively navigate the maze of laws and regulations applicable to this complex sector. Our health care attorneys have served clients in the health care field for over 25 years. We counsel clients on business, operational, transactional, financial and regulatory activities as well as offering representation in malpractice cases and providing risk management services.

Practice Focus

  • Medical staff and practitioner professional licensing and credentialing for hospitals, clinics, managed care organizations and insurers
  • Licensure, Medicare/Medicaid certification, HMO qualification, and private accreditation (JCAHO)
  • Corporate governance
  • Tax exempt status and state charitable trust guidance
  • Tax-exempt bond financing
  • Mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures
  • Medicare and Medicaid payment and participation
  • Fraud and abuse, including the Stark and Anti-Kickback statutes
  • Certificate of Need
  • HIPAA and state confidentiality laws
  • Health information technology
  • Quality assurance and risk management
  • Defense of medical negligence claims
  • Medical ethics, including patient consent and competency
  • Anti-dumping statute (EMTALA)
  • Employment
  • Immigration
  • Antitrust counseling
  • Provider-payor contracting
  • Government and community relations

Lisa Snow Wade
Wade, Lisa Snow
Shareholder
(603) 223-9150
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Steven L Winer
Winer, Steven L
Shareholder
(603) 223-9152
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John A Malmberg
Malmberg, John A
Shareholder
(603) 223-9125
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Our Health Care attorneys have:

  • Guided health care clients through challenging requirements and opportunities, such as corporate compliance plan, electronic medical records, and HIPAA implementation
  • Helped organize cooperative joint ventures among different providers, including to share expensive mobile and fixed technologies, to offer managed behavioral health care, and to establish a northern New England initiative designed to improve the health of mothers and newborns
  • Assisted clients seeking approvals for innovative approaches to health care delivery by representing them before state facility and professional licensing agencies and the Certificate of Need Board
  • Regularly participated in all aspects of facility construction, including the real estate, regulatory, financing and contracting processes
  • Responded, on a daily basis, to the myriad questions that arise in health care operations such as patient confidentiality and consent.

  • Assisted living and nursing homes
  • Health care
  • Hospitals
  • Pharmacy
  • Physicians
  • Residential care facilities