Healthcare Regulatory Compliance
Whether it's day-to-day operational issues or long-term strategic matters, our healthcare attorneys work to understand our clients' objectives and then develop effective strategies for achieving their goals. The depth and breadth of our regulatory experience is central to our mission.
The confidence our clients place in us is based on our more than 50 years of experience with healthcare regulatory law and the fact that many of the solutions we have developed are now models used throughout the healthcare industry.
Healthcare clients rely on Waller's compliance and operations team for assistance with a variety of federal regulations, including:
Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures
Waller attorneys are familiar with Joint Commission standards and numerous other regulations. Our healthcare attorneys have extensive experience in structuring mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.
We advise clients with respect to innovative models for hospitals and physicians to work together, including through clinical co-management agreements and foundation models, within physician-hospital organizations and accountable care organizations, and through clinically integrated networks.
State Licensures and Certifications
Healthcare lawyers at Waller have comprehensive experience regarding state licensure and certification issues and represent clients in matters involving Certificate of Need applications, whether for or against.
Data Security and Patient Privacy
We also advise clients on:
Regulatory Investigations and Audits
Clients rely on Waller attorneys for regulatory investigations, audits and appeals involving:
Served as special healthcare counsel to HCA Healthcare Inc. and provided due diligence and regulatory review support to the company in its sale of Garden Park Medical Center in Gulfport, Miss to Singing River Health System.
Represented USPI in the acquisition of Greensboro based The Foot Surgery Center of North Carolina by a joint venture between USPI and Novant Health System.
Served as special healthcare regulatory counsel to Accel-KKR in its investment in Sandata Technologies, the leading provider of Electronic Visit Verification and home health technology solutions.