Peter Egan represents health care industry clients in complex business transactions and with compliance and regulatory analysis. He also leads the firm’s behavioral health team.
I help health care and life sciences companies structure transactions to comply with federal and state fraud and abuse laws and regulatory issues. I also regularly advise health care management companies and their provider clients on whether proposed services and compensation methodologies are permissible under state law.
The behavioral health field is in a state of unprecedented transformation, as integrated care models are becoming a priority across the country. I lead the firm’s behavioral health team, bringing cross-disciplinary skills to solve regulatory, M&A, investment and supportive housing issues for our clients.
With considerable experience representing hospitals and medical centers on all types of corporate and regulatory matters, I provide strategic advice on practice acquisitions and physician alignment issues. My experience with faculty practice plans, “captive” practices and compensation pooling arrangements helps clients understand all available options.
Clients turn to my team for compliance counseling advice. My work in this area includes investigating potential fraud and abuse matters, making disclosures to the United States Attorney’s Office to preempt whistleblower claims, and preparing self-disclosures under the Stark Law.
My M&A experience also includes whole hospital mergers and affiliations, private equity transactions, and the purchase and sale of licensed facilities such as nursing homes and ambulatory surgery centers.
The focus on best practices and protocols will continue, with an emphasis on mental health and substance abuse treatment. Separately, industry participants are improving their use of IT systems to drive clinical integration, quality improvement and better financial performance. We are assisting clients with strategic decisions and legal structures to take advantage of this information revolution.
Represented a health system in the $35 million sale of two nursing homes.
Represented a 600-plus physician practice in its affiliation with a world renowned cancer treatment center and the development and construction of a new cancer treatment facility on the practice's campus.
Represented a large developmental disabilities provider in its merger with an entity providing mental health and substance abuse services.
Represented a consortium of social service organizations to provide HCBS waiver services.
Represented a large academic medical center in the acquisition of multiple cardiology practices, including an out-of-state practice.
Representation of a mental health provider merging with a substance abuse and supportive housing organization.
Represented a large social services organization in its merger discussions with a substance-abuse provider that also provided affordable housing.
Represented a large developmental disabilities provider in creating a "captive" practice to provide article 16 services at offsite locations.
Represented the surviving entity in the consolidation of two mental health providers and an affordable housing organization.
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Boston College Law School, J.D., cum laude
Columbia University, B.A.
Peter was selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 in the field of Health Care Law. He has been listed in Best Lawyers since 2013.
Peter has been recognized for exceptional standing in the legal community in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2019 for Healthcare (New York).
Peter has also been recommended in The Legal 500 United States 2017 editorial for Industry focus - Healthcare: Service providers.