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Health Care

Evolving legislation, an uneasy economy and increasing regulation combine to create an uncertain future for the health care industry. With health care reform initiatives paving the way for more potential challenges and pitfalls than ever before, health care providers need avenues to mitigate risk, limit exposure and increase practice opportunities as they continue to provide necessary services for the well-being of the community.

At Dinsmore, our attorneys leverage varied backgrounds with detailed knowledge of the health care industry, using our collective experience to provide clients with the resources they need. Our attorneys serve both institutional and individual health care providers located throughout the nation, as well as the transactional and operational hurdles faced by all organizations, such as labor, employment and management concerns. We work with state and federal agencies, and handle a variety of litigation issues, ranging from reimbursement appeals to licensure matters. Additionally, our understanding of the evolving world of Accountable Care Organizations, including the feasibility, implementation and antitrust concerns that accompany them, provide our clients with a valuable resource as the health care industry moves into a new era.

Our attorneys understand the health care industry is constantly evolving. Our experience and familiarity with the issues facing health care providers allows us to steer clients on the right path with the end goal of helping clients meet the health needs of the community in a cost-effective manner.