Defense of Medical Malpractice / Professional Negligence Claims, Insurance Defense / Physician Financial Responsibility Requirements and Handling of Regulatory Issues Associated with Going “Bare”.
Defense of Doctors dealing with the Florida Department of Health (DOH) and Defense in Federal HHSOCR Investigations. Representation and Training of Ambulatory, Surgical & other Medical Centers for Record Confidentiality.
Consulting for Medical Facilities by Aiding Doctors with Disclosing All Information In Credentialing Applications, Hospital Medical Staff Privileges and Issues Arising Under New Laws, and Peer Reviews.
Major Changes in Health Care Reform have caused Issues with Transparency Laws, Payment Terms, and Managed Care & Health Insurance Contracts that Impact Reimbursements and Increase Requirements.
Independent Contractor & Professional Service Agreements. Negotiating with Hospitals & Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries in Purchases, and Providing Counsel to Merger & Acquisition Issues.
Drafting of Contracts & Service Agreements, Negotiations for Physicians / Employers / and Clinics. Representing Diagnostic Imaging Facilities, Clinics, Labs, and Nearly Every Kind of Medical Organization.
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