Comprehensive Legal Services For Health Care Professionals
The Strause Law Group, PLLC, is composed of attorneys who focus on our clients’ successes with a results-oriented approach. The field of health care is constantly evolving, and with that evolution comes constant variations to the statutory and regulatory framework. Strause Law Group places great emphasis on staying current with even the most subtle nuances in the law, which provides our clients with timely and cutting-edge counsel they have come to expect.
Our firm represents health care professionals and organizations across a wide array of topics in the health care industry. No matter the organizational size, we tailor our focus and counsel specifically to your particular issue.
Advising On A Variety Of Corporate And Regulatory Matters
Our lawyers counsel clients on a broad range of corporate and regulatory issues, as well as unique issues within the health care industry, including the following areas:
- Physician and health care providers group practices
- Physician credentialing and peer review
- Physician removal as a network provider (i.e., Medicare Advantage plans)
- Professional licensure defense
- Fraud and abuse (Stark/Anti-Kickback Statutes)
- Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement rate appeals and payment practices
- Employment agreements (including noncompete and restrictive agreements)
- Government investigations
- Health care regulatory compliance
- HIPAA and HITECH compliance
- Accreditation, certification and licensing issues
- Health care joint ventures and transactions
- Certificate of Need
The complexities of the highly regulated health care industry require health care attorneys to possess in-depth knowledge, extensive experience and a proven track record in successfully counseling clients. We are distinctly qualified to handle your complex legal concerns, ready to identify effective solutions that align with your goals.
Threatened With Revocation Of Medical Staff Privileges?
Medical staff privileges at hospitals and other health care facilities, for many physicians, are essential for treating patients. In the event these privileges are threatened with revocation or even suspended, the impact can be disastrous on the physician’s practice. The effects of this negative action can have long-term consequences. Possible reporting to the National Practitioner Data Bank or Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure is a very real consideration.
At the Louisville and Lexington law firm of Strause Law Group, PLLC, our lawyers represent physician’s medical staff privileges in the following areas:
- Suspensions or revocations
- Peer review issues
- Reporting – National Practitioner Data Bank matters
- Fair hearings
- Disruptive physician issues
- Incident reports
Our lawyers are intimately familiar with the hospital bylaws and the process governing the physician’s ability to challenge a negative recommendation on medical staff privileges. We meticulously investigate and analyze the relevant facts and their relation to the medical staff privileges. Having analyzed your legal matter, we develop a negotiation strategy that may secure a positive outcome for both parties.
Threatened With Loss Of Network Provider Status?
At Strause Law Group, PLLC, we represent health care providers who have lost network provider status. Our firm has experience in cases involving a variety of insurers, including Anthem Blue Cross, Humana and Medicare/Medicaid.
We understand the financial consequences of losing network provider status. If you have been threatened with removal as a network provider by an insurance company, either individually or as part of a facility, talk with a lawyer from our firm to learn about your legal options. Drawing on our extensive experience with health care legal matters, we may be able to restore your network provider status.
Speak With A Knowledgeable Attorney Today
For a results-oriented counsel who will take the time to assist you with your particular issue, contact the attorneys at one of our three office locations to discuss your health care-related legal concerns.
Please contact us online or call one of our three office location to discusds your health care-related legal concerns