Industry Overview

Today’s health care industry is undergoing foundational shifts, with direct impact on stakeholders from individual medical practitioners and entrepreneurs to some of the world’s largest insurers, pharmaceutical innovators, senior living and health-delivery networks. Balancing clinical, regulatory, and urgent business demands, such as risk management in an era of big data, population health management, and accountable care, often calls for experienced legal representation and informed business advice.

Our Approach

Whether it’s navigating complex mergers and acquisitions of health networks, negotiating a labor contract, drafting legislation, defending health-related intellectual property, or establishing sound policies for healthcare organizations, you’ll find Hinckley Allen attorneys at the forefront of the health care industry, providing practical, reliable counsel and representation. We work with some of the region’s premier health-related organizations to protect their interests, facilitate new opportunities, and safeguard their ability to deliver great care.

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Tips for Recreational Marijuana Use Policies in “Social Model” Assisted Living Residences

May 7, 2019

As more states consider legalizing recreational marijuana, assisted living residences (ALRs) face a unique challenge: residents that chose to use this product.  Formal guidance regarding how ALRs should address a resident’s use of recreational marijuana…

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Hinckley Allen Attorney Jared L. Shwartz Recognized with the Excellence in the Law Award

March 21, 2019

Hinckley Allen is proud to announce that Jared L. Shwartz has been selected to receive the Excellence in the Law Award in the “Up & Coming Lawyers” category. Presented by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, the Excellence in the Law Awards honors the ver…

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Recovery, Regulated: Compliance is Imperative for Addiction Treatment Programs

September 26, 2018

As the opioid crisis deepens—with more than two million Americans said to be dependent on prescription pain pills and street drugs—opioid treatment centers are part of a burgeoning industry estimated to reach over $42 billion by 2021. The 21st Century …

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