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Eric Scalzo

Partner, Healthcare Industry Co-Chair

Corporate M&A attorney with a real world, value-add approach to serving client needs

Eric Scalzo represents private equity clients, portfolio companies and founder physicians and dentists in the formation, acquisition, growth and sale of physician group practices and portfolio companies in the practice management space. In the dental support organization space, Eric has become a go-to attorney for large practice groups and DSOs.  Eric presents regularly around the country on legal and regulatory issues affecting DSOs. 

Prior to joining Waller, Eric served as Deputy General Counsel and Director of Compliance and Administration at a leading dental support organization providing support and administrative services to nearly 50 affiliated practices across eight states. In this role, Eric managed day-to-day legal, corporate and compliance issues, including ensuring enterprise-wide compliance with corporate practice laws, HIPAA rules, Medicaid requirements and other state reporting requirements.

He also reviewed employee and independent contractor compensation structures to ensure compliance with state anti-kickback and fee-splitting laws and negotiated administrative service agreement compliance with affiliated dental practice owners. Additionally, Eric assisted in screening potential acquisitions and other growth opportunities for practice owners. He also advised practice owners with regard to state regulatory and licensing board investigations on behalf of dental practices.

Earlier in his career, Eric gained valuable experience as an Associate with Greenberg Traurig where he advised clients on various health care regulatory issues. 

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