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No matter the type of healthcare business you operate, having a business attorney experienced in healthcare law can be a key to your success.
Indeed, even if you’re not planning for major changes to your practice in the immediate future, a healthcare attorney can provide a resource for mitigating liabilities and offering smart counsel when you consider making any decision that may have an impact on the future of your practice.
At the Pacific Health Law Group, PC, our Los Angeles healthcare attorneys are prepared to provide you with the strategic counsel you need.
How a Healthcare Business Attorney Can Assist Your Practice
For over ten years, our firm has assisted healthcare professionals in a variety of different sectors to support their business from formation to operations, and through a sale. Our office can assist your healthcare practice with:
If you are planning on starting your own healthcare business, working with a healthcare attorney is key to protecting your investment. Our firm assists new healthcare ventures in choosing the right entity type, drafting operating agreements such as shareholder and partnership agreements, and assisting with office lease reviews and negotiations.
There is a wide variety of state and federal regulations that touch on the operations of a healthcare practice. At the Pacific Health Law Group, PC, our firm has the skills and experience needed to effectively guide practitioners through the myriad of state and federal regulations that may affect their practice. Our services include counseling clients on:
- Assistance with Stark, Anti-Kickback and state fraud and abuse regulations
- Compliance with Corporate Practice of Healthcare laws
- HIPAA considerations and Business Associate Agreements
- Defense of private payor audits
Mergers and Acquisitions
As your business grows and expands, you may wish to merge with another business or acquire or be acquired by another company. Mergers and acquisitions are legally complex maneuvers that include complicated contracts – don’t attempt to enter a merger or acquisition without legal counsel.
We know that planning for the future is a huge part of the peace of mind and overall success, which is why our healthcare lawyers make planning for you and your practice’s future a top priority. Our office works as outside general counsel to many of our clients, providing strategic planning for future capital events and transitions. We protect your investment so that you can grow your practice.
Running a Company without an Attorney is Risky Business
When you don’t have an attorney on your side who is able to review your business decisions and plan, you risk making costly errors that could put your practice in jeopardy. When you hire an attorney, your attorney works on your behalf by:
- helping you make sound business decisions that avoid legal complications and foster healthy business growth; and
- giving sound advice if a legal hiccup does occur, allowing you to mitigate the worst of outcomes.
Contact the Pacific Health Law Group, PC Today
When you choose our law firm, you are choosing to work with Los Angeles healthcare business attorneys who have more than a decades’ worth of experience behind their name, and are well-versed in myriad business types and all California business laws and regulations.
Further, you are getting an attorney who cares about your business and understands that your business has unique issues that demand personalized legal attention rather than a cookie-cutter approach. To learn more about how our legal team can help you, please contact us today to schedule your free legal consultation.
HOW WE WORK
We are dedicated to adding value to your practice. We understand that if we do our job right, we can minimize your liabilities and give you peace of mind. And if you have peace of mind, you can focus on your work and grow your practice. This principle guides our client relationships.
Specialized Knowledge of Health Law
Commitment to Superior Client Service
Efficient Solutions that Reduce Client Costs
A Relationship that Adds Value to Your Practice