Poyner Spruill LLP represents individual and corporate providers in every aspect of health law. Lawyers in our Health Law Section have in-depth knowledge about current industry developments and issues, and are committed to meeting the needs of our health care clients in every facet of their business. Furthermore, they offer our clients the advantages of a multi-disciplinary business law firm, with supporting counsel available in the areas of corporate law, tax, public finance, employment, employee benefits, real estate and litigation.
The lawyers in the Health Law Section represent and counsel hospitals and health systems, physicians and other medical professionals, physician practices, managed care organizations, provider associations, nursing homes, home health agencies, assisted living facilities, hospice, dialysis centers, cancer treatment centers, providers of mental health and substance abuse treatment services, and ambulatory surgery facilities. Their experience encompasses state and federal regulatory and compliance issues, administrative dispute resolution and administrative appeals, state and federal civil litigation, rulemaking, operational and transactional matters, restructuring, joint ventures, integrated delivery systems, managed care, provider credentialing, peer review, medical staff issues, employment, and recruiting. Our health lawyers work every day with federal and state administrative departments and agencies, as well as fiscal intermediaries, carriers, contractors, and insurers on a wide range of regulatory issues. In every aspect of their work, our lawyers’ goal is to help our clients develop practical, customized and forward-looking strategies and tactics in a changing, competitive, highly regulated industry. We want to help our clients so our clients can help their patients.
For a fuller description of our health law section and the attorneys who practice in each area, click on any of the following links.
Business, Contracts and Joint Ventures
Licensure, Credentialing & Peer Review
Government Regulation, Surveys & Inspections
Trials, Hearings & Mediation
Corridors - News for North Carolina Hospitals
Shorts on Long Term Care for the North Carolina LTC Community
Scripts - Legal Updates for the Health Care Industry