Post-Acute & Long-Term Care

Post-Acute & Long-Term Care

Waller’s attorneys are leaders in representing a wide variety of post-acute and long-term care providers and their ancillary service companies across the country.

Whether it is ensuring appropriate reimbursement from governmental payors or health plans and insurers; managing audits, investigations and enforcement actions related to regulatory compliance and program integrity; or handling a major transaction, our attorneys have the experience to serve the needs of post-acute care providers.

We assist multi-facility provider corporations, freestanding and hospital-based providers, individual providers, and investor-owned and not-for-profit facilities, including:

  • Long-term acute care hospitals
  • Rehabilitation hospitals and therapy providers
  • Skilled nursing facilities
  • Home health agencies
  • Hospices
  • Senior-living providers
  • Residential care and assisted living facilities and providers

We provide legal services on a wide range of health law matters including:

  • Acquisition and sale of hospital-based facilities and freestanding units
  • Real estate transactions and development projects
  • Government investigations, including internal audits and fraud, and abuse matters involving False Claims Act and qui tam litigation
  • Regulatory compliance issues ranging from licensing and reimbursement to anti-kickback statutes
  • Certificates of Need, state licensure and change of ownership matters
  • Corporate structuring and restructuring
  • Commercial finance and public finance transactions
  • Labor and employment matters, including defense of wage and hour complaints and discrimination charges
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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Negotiated forbearance arrangements and the sale of a number of hospitals for Promise Healthcare and prepared the organization for bankruptcy filing.

Camellia Healthcare is acquired by Encompass Health

Served as lead counsel to Camellia Healthcare, an operator of home health and hospice facilities, in its $78 million acquisition by Encompass Health.

Promise Healthcare Group, LLC restructures and files for bankruptcy

Serving as lead debtor's counsel to Promise Healthcare in its restructuring and pending bankruptcy.

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