Today’s healthcare 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.
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 healthcare 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.
News & Insight
June 6, 2018
Hinckley Allen Partner Michael L. Koenig has been quoted by Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Reporter. Mike provides his legal opinion on what private equity firms need to consider in light of expanding False Claims Act liability and risk exposure.Private equit…
May 31, 2018
Hinckley Allen Partner Anne M. Murphy has been quoted by Bloomberg BNA’s Health Law Reporter. Anne provides her legal opinion on how hospitals can avoid or limit liability if, and when, their computer systems crash, and how to respond.Hospital computer…
March 5, 2018
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (the “Act”) greatly expands Medicare coverage for telehealth services and signals a shift in longstanding federal policies on the subject of telehealth care. Signed into law on February 9, 2018, Section 50323 of the …
January 4, 2018
Hinckley Allen Partner Anne M. Murphy has been quoted by Bloomberg BNA's Health Law Reporter. Anne provides her legal opinion on fraud and abuse issues, industry consolidation, and issues around Medicare and health information technology that may persist i…