With the expanding national focus on healthcare access, the changing role of managed care and the increasing enforcement initiatives by federal agencies, healthcare has become one of the most dynamic and expanding areas of law. The practice of health law requires a broad understanding of the increasingly diverse and complex array of substantive and regulatory matters as they relate to the delivery of healthcare services.
Our Oklahoma health attorneys are able to address the changing needs of our healthcare clients by drawing upon the extensive experience of attorneys practicing in a variety of substantive practice areas critical to the healthcare industry, in addition to those attorneys practicing health law on a full-time basis. The firm has longstanding experience representing hospitals, physicians and physician groups, clinics, HMOs and other managed care groups, long-term care facilities, home health agencies, hospices, academic medical centers and other entities that provide healthcare services.
The firm provides a range of health law services, including:
- Organization and operation of healthcare facilities
- Physician credentialing and peer review
- Compliance plans and fraud and abuse matters
- Joint ventures
- Medical staff issues
- Regulatory/Administrative law matters
- Sales and acquisitions of healthcare businesses
- Physician contracting and corporate matters
- Health information and patients’ rights issues
- Managed care
- Home health agencies
- Academic medical centers
- Employment law matters
- Intellectual property
- Real estate
- Antitrust matters
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Long term care
We represent a wide variety of insurance companies, managed care organizations, ERISA plans, third party administrators and other payors as well as a myriad of healthcare providers, including hospitals, physicians and pharmacy companies.
The firm’s healthcare litigation practice, led by Kevin D. Gordon, includes attorneys in Oklahoma familiar not only with the healthcare industry, but also with significant knowledge in insurance coverage; ERISA preemption; tort and regulatory matters; labor and employment matters; and administrative law.
Contact us for more information on healthcare transactions and litigation.