“One size fits all” doesn’t work in health care. It doesn’t work in health law either. At Smith Haughey, our health law attorneys take the time to listen to and understand our clients’ motivations and goals rather than simply apply a generic solution that has worked in the past. The result? More effective, more efficient, more economical legal representation.
This common sense, realistic approach to problem solving is complimented by our expansive health care industry experience and depth of legal knowledge. Working together with our clients, we can easily address the full gamut of business regulatory, compliance, technology, and licensing issues confronting today’s health care providers.
Our areas of expertise include:
- Corporate Compliance
- Medical Staff considerations
- Patient matters
- Professional Licensing
- Electronic Medical Records
- Fraud & Abuse
- Joint venture and new venture development
- Durable medical equipment
- Long Term Care issues
In addition to helping clients fulfill their legal obligations and protect their businesses, we offer a range of alternative billing packages – from conventional hourly concepts that provide budgetary certainty to continuous availability of legal consultation at highly competitive rates.
For more information about professional licensing, review our guide here.
|Christopher R. Genther||Attorney||Grand Rapids||616.458.0222|
|Scott D. Harvey||Attorney||Traverse City||231.486.4545|
|Brian J. Kilbane||Attorney||Grand Rapids||616.458.0296|
|Kirk W. Morgan||Attorney||Grand Rapids||616.458.3319|
|Megan M. VerMerris||Attorney||Grand Rapids||616.458.2362|
Harvey Named "40 Under 40" in Traverse City
Worden Admitted to State Bar
Medical Records Law in Michigan 2009
Blog posts for Health Law
Smith Haughey Publications for Health Law
|Legal Alert||8/22/2013||Newly Proposed Regulations Could Cause Tax Issues for Healthcare Organizations|
|Legal Alert||7/11/2013||Michigan Supreme Court’s Recent Ruling Applies To All Michigan Limited Liability Companies|
|Legal Alert||7/2/2012||Health Care Reform: Supreme Court upholds individual mandate but places restrictions on Congress’ expansion of Medicaid|
|Legal Alert||4/16/2009||Recent Court Decision on EMTALA is Problematic for Hospitals|
|Legal Alert||6/11/2008||Health Law Legal Alert|
|Legal Alert||5/15/2008||Health Law Legal Alert|
|Legal Alert||11/20/2007||Health Law Update (Nov. '07)|
|Legal Alert||9/26/2007||The Implications of Stark III|
|Legal Alert||7/20/2007||Health Law Update (July '07)|