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Healthcare Business Transactions

Buying or Selling any healthcare business

Physicians and healthcare business owners face unique regulations as they purchase or sell practices or ancillary businesses. Our experienced lawyers will ensure that the transaction goes smoothly for the healthcare provider and the acquiring party.
We advise our clients on a variety of issues related to purchasing or selling their practices, including:
• What to Pay, Negotiation Agreements
• Financial Agreements & Documents, Venture Capital
• How to Structure the Deal
• Potential Pitfalls to Avoid such as Fraud and Abuse
• Full spectrum legal compliance assessment of healthcare entities (Medicare, Medicaid) and healthcare laws (HIPAA, privacy laws, pharmacy law)

Partnership Buy-Ins & Buy-Outs

Bringing on a partner in business is not a decision to approach lightly. We regularly advise our clients on partnership issues unique to the healthcare industry and how to address them up front and head on.

• Mergers and Acquisition Transactions of All Sizes
• Nationwide Transactions
• Tax Considerations


Recruiting a physician to your practice is a large expense that is sometimes subsidized by a local hospital. We can help your practice to understand the advantages and disadvantages associated with such a venture, and how the Stark law applies in this situation. Considerations: Is your practice prepared to repay to the hospital any money earned in excess of the physician’s loan? What exactly is the hospital’s guarantee designed to supplement? Does the practice intend to employ the physician with a non-compete? Can your practice afford to repay the loan to the hospital on the terms contained in the Recruitment Agreement?

Leases Prep & Review

For adventurous physicians starting a practice, finding a location is the first step. For those with a busy surgical practice being close to a hospital is ideal and many hospitals own medical office buildings and can offer nice incentives to lease space. For the even more adventurous, finding a medical office condo is an option.

We work closely with healthcare real estate experts who know the ins and outs of medical office space transactions and how to find the right fit for your medical practice.

Regardless of the phase your business is in, when healthcare providers lease space fee splitting, Stark Law and the Anti Kickback Statute are considerations.

• Landlord & Tenant Agreement Negotiation
• Specialized Healthcare Facility Infrastructure Advisement
• Toxic and Biohazardous Waste Disposal Requirements