Healthcare Practice Overview

Driving value and providing efficient service delivery are two major reasons why healthcare clients choose to work with EM³. We provide solutions to regulatory, transactional, litigation and day-to-day operational challenges, including those faced by the industry now, during an unprecedented pandemic. Our clients come to us because we have provided service to a range of industry clients, from individual physicians, dentists and other health care providers, health tech entrepreneurs and growth stage companies to DME suppliers, pharma and device trial and research companies, home health, assisted and skilled nursing facilities, Federally Qualified Health Clinics, hospitals and health systems and technology companies serving the healthcare industry.

We have particular experience serving clients at the intersection of healthcare and technology, including, on matters related to digital health, mobile health, telemedicine and data privacy and security. Our team is composed of veteran attorneys, several of whom have served as in-house counsel to public and private companies in the industry, and whose clients appreciate their ability to provide practical answers to complex questions.

We also have significant experience working with large and medium sized physician practices, single-specialty super groups, physician practice management companies, dental service organizations, multi-specialty groups, and chronic care and remote patient management/telehealth companies.

The expansion of private capital into the industry has led to our engagement on our clients’ most significant transactions including joint ventures and sales to private equity, hospitals or other strategic buyers. Our skilled lawyers in corporate M&A support this work with proven track records on behalf of sellers and buyers in any corporate transaction.

In commercial transactions and related disputes our clients rely on us to provide counsel and representation on enforcing or defending against provider non-competes and other restrictive covenants, shareholder disputes, Medicare or other governmental or private payor audits and investigations, professional licensing matters, privacy and cyber-security issues, and compliance with the HIPAA, False Claims Act, Stark, Anti-Kickback and other related Federal and State laws.