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Calfee's Health Care Regulation practice provides clients with quality, comprehensive and practical solutions to the specific regulatory challenges they face. We represent a variety of health care organizations and providers as well as health care technology and wellness companies.

Our Health Care Regulation attorneys are knowledgeable on the ever-changing health care laws and regulations, evolving reimbursement models and trends, and other business and regulatory developments.

Calfee’s Health Care practice provides legal services to various types of health care facilities, including the following:

  • Academic medical centers
  • Hospital facilities
  • Long-term care facilities
  • Physician groups and individual physicians 
  • Biomedical and medical device start-up companies
  • DMEPOS manufacturers and suppliers
  • Pharmacies
  • Dialysis providers
  • Health care management and administrative service providers
  • Health care payors 
  • Billing companies
  • Independent and physician office laboratories 
  • Medical technology, device and life science companies
  • Pharmaceutical benefit managers 
  • Health care information technology and wellness companies 




Calfee has significant experience representing various clients with their health care matters:

  • Health systems and physicians in federal and state false claims, Anti-kickback Statute and Stark law allegations, including negotiating settlements and corporate integrity agreements.
  • Hospitals and physician groups in mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and buyouts.
  • Physicians in contract negotiation and practice formation.
  • Area hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities and other health care providers in litigation and disputes arising out of contracts with insurers, physicians, suppliers and others.
  • Hospital and other health care providers in antitrust litigation.
  • Health care employers in disputes and litigation with physicians and other medical professionals.
  • Restructuring, governance, regulatory guidance and contracting for an academic medical center.
  • Facilities and providers in creating and updating compliance plans and administering compliance programs..
  • Health care technology firms in corporate and regulatory matters.
  • Providers in connection with the HHS office of the Inspector General investigations.
  • Hospitals in connection with grand jury investigations conducted by the Department of Justice Antitrust Division.
  • Hospitals, clinics and physicians in connection with post-trial proceedings and appeals from excess verdicts and punitive damage awards in medical malpractice litigation.



  • Mergers and acquisitions of health care providers/payors
  • Joint ventures and other hospital/physician integration and alignment strategies 
  • Regulatory compliance plans
  • Federal and state health care fraud and abuse, False Claims Act, Anti-kickback Statute and Stark law investigations
  • Regulatory Compliance Plans
  • Contract disputes involving physicians, hospitals, suppliers, contractors, employees, insurers and managed-care entities
  • Health care antitrust litigation
  • Insurance-related litigation
  • Staff privileges litigation
  • Medical board hearings
  • Reimbursement disputes
  • Non-competition issues
  • Licensing matters

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