Healthcare Law

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Healthcare is an ever-changing, complex business area. It also happens to be an ever-changing, complex area of the law. As a result, doing business in the healthcare industry is challenging to say the least.

At Tripp Scott, our healthcare law attorneys are well-equipped to meet these challenges and are devoted to providing a full range of legal services to clients engaged in the business of healthcare. Lawyers here serve as outside general counsel to a diverse array of clients, including large physicians' practices, specialty groups, and regional and national hospital chains — including some of the largest hospital chains and healthcare entities in the state of Florida.

Our firm has the experience required to effectively handle the variety of issues and legal matters faced by hospital administrators, practice managers and specialty facility executives in today's healthcare industry. These include:

  • Administrative disputes

  • Billing practices

  • Regulatory and compliance issues

  • Contract negotiation and review

  • Corporate structure, policies and procedures

  • Ancillary revenue issues

  • Employment and labor disputes

  • HIPAA-related issues

  • ERISA issues for healthcare employees and executives

  • Medical malpractice defense

  • Stark law and anti-kickback statute compliance

  • Pre-litigation consultation

  • Litigation and appeals

As these issues suggest, healthcare law often calls for knowledge and experience in specialized and related areas of law. As a multi-disciplinary firm, Tripp Scott has the professional staff and resources to address a broad scope of related issues. The firm's healthcare lawyers work with members of nearly every one of our other practice groups to develop integrated business strategies and provide comprehensive healthcare law advice to each individual client.

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