Healthcare Law Services
Williams Kilpatrick, PLLC has diverse experience in the healthcare arena. Our clients include Rural Health Clinics, Community Health Centers, Primary Care Clinics, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Public Health Departments and School Boards, Case Management Providers, provider groups, physicians, nurse practitioners, certified nurse anesthetists, physical therapists, dentists, and medical practice management and billing companies.
From regulatory law to practice management – and everything in between – we know how to best handle each issue our clients encounter because we have a practical understanding of the healthcare industry. We work diligently with our clients to identify, address, and correct actions or oversights that could hinder your practice or business. When our clients are confronted with a legal problem, we quickly triage the situation, make preliminary diagnoses, prescribe a therapy, measure the effectiveness of the prescribed therapy, make any necessary judgments, and make the necessary recommendations to ensure that the problem does not reoccur.
Diverse Experience In Supporting All Types of Healthcare Organizations
In addition to providing legal counsel to healthcare businesses throughout the Commonwealth, we have a wide range of experience in Certificate of Need law and representing clients before state licensing boards, peer review entities, insurance credentialing committees, and investigative agencies.
Possible areas of healthcare for which you are seeking representation:
- Fraud and Abuse - Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, Civil Money Penalties
- Credentialing and Peer Review
- Provider Licensure Defense - Physician, Nurse, APRN, CRNA, Dentist, Pharmacist
- Government Audits
- Corporate Governance
- Corporate Compliance
- Medicare and Medicaid Compliance
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Healthcare Investigation and Litigation
- Certificate of Need
- Healthcare Information Technology and E-Discovery
- Coding and Reimbursement
- Patient Rights
- HIPAA and HITECH
- End of Life Issues
- Access to Medical Records
- Guardianship Issues
- Informed Consent