Institutional Providers

Moses & Singer serves as counsel for not-for-profit health care systems, academic medical centers, governmental health care providers and proprietary health care companies. We regularly provide advice on the legal, regulatory and corporate issues that arise from the various state and federal laws applicable to such entities. Our involvement extends from the revision of corporate and medical staff bylaws to enhance governance and efficiency, to the representation of academic medical centers with respect to such wide-ranging issues as informed consent, privacy issues, human subject research compliance and sponsored research agreements and grant administration in the research context.

Moses & Singer attorneys regularly assist clients in transactional matters including the creation and restructuring of healthcare corporations such as limited liability companies (LLCs), independent practice association (IPAs), and physician hospital organizations (PHOs), transitioning from not-for-profit to for-profit status, and transactions between entities such as mergers, acquisitions & divestitures of companies or partnership interests.

Our regulatory experience in the healthcare industry has enabled us to counsel our clients on a wide array of issues faced by institutional providers. Moses & Singer attorneys have counseled institutional providers such as hospitals, large mental healthcare organizations and New York City agencies on all aspects of Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement issues, federal and state regulatory requirements relating to the operation of programs to treat mentally ill, developmentally disabled or chemically dependent patients. Moses & Singer represents clients before state certificate of need authorities and before federal and state regulatory agencies on a wide spectrum of regulatory matters.

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Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

Overview

Moses & Singer serves as counsel for not-for-profit health care systems, academic medical centers, governmental health care providers and proprietary health care companies. We regularly provide advice on the legal, regulatory and corporate issues that arise from the various state and federal laws applicable to such entities. Our involvement extends from the revision of corporate and medical staff bylaws to enhance governance and efficiency, to the representation of academic medical centers with respect to such wide-ranging issues as informed consent, privacy issues, human subject research compliance and sponsored research agreements and grant administration in the research context.

Moses & Singer attorneys regularly assist clients in transactional matters including the creation and restructuring of healthcare corporations such as limited liability companies (LLCs), independent practice association (IPAs), and physician hospital organizations (PHOs), transitioning from not-for-profit to for-profit status, and transactions between entities such as mergers, acquisitions & divestitures of companies or partnership interests.

Our regulatory experience in the healthcare industry has enabled us to counsel our clients on a wide array of issues faced by institutional providers. Moses & Singer attorneys have counseled institutional providers such as hospitals, large mental healthcare organizations and New York City agencies on all aspects of Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement issues, federal and state regulatory requirements relating to the operation of programs to treat mentally ill, developmentally disabled or chemically dependent patients. Moses & Singer represents clients before state certificate of need authorities and before federal and state regulatory agencies on a wide spectrum of regulatory matters.

For more information please contact us.

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.