Health care fraud has become one of the top priorities of our current administration.
Our attorneys establish, implement and monitor compliance programs that prevent, detect and correct practices that fail to comply with the complex fraud and abuse laws governing the provision and billing of health care services. And if we identify violations, we quickly prevent further illegal activity and minimize penalties.
An effective compliance program is key to the success of a health care provider’s operations and business ventures. We help to prevent violations of Medicare and Medicaid anti-kickback laws, Stark laws and related self-referral prohibitions, the False Claims Act and other laws presenting risks for potential criminal and civil liability.
Additionally, we counsel and defend clients in connection with investigations and prosecutions of health care fraud allegations by both federal and state entities. We work on many False Claims Act-driven government investigations, including:
When necessary, we also negotiate and fulfill the obligations under corporate integrity agreements.
CNBC | November 19, 2017
Los Angeles health care partner Jill Gordon, who this article identifies as a “top lawyer” in the digital health space, provides in-depth commentary regarding the three common practices she’s seen among health technology startups that may violate medical regulations and what companies should be aware of to avoid costly penalties.
MedCity News | June 15, 2017
Los Angeles IP counseling and transactions associate Erik Birkeneder and health care associate Daniel Eliav co-authored this article about legal issues digital health companies should consider.
Law360 | April 29, 2016
Chicago health care partner Valerie Breslin Montague is included in this piece that looks at how attorneys are dealing with increasing Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) penalties and audits.
Journal of the American College of Radiology | May 01, 2015
This contributed column discusses employer liability for employees who improperly access confidential patient information. This piece is authored by Albany Health Care partners Laurie Cohen and Peter Millock, counsel Barbara Asheld and Long Island associate Brooke Lane.
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