Health Care Law
Health Care Law

Confidently Navigating The Complexities Of Health Care Law

State and federal health care regulations are incredibly complex. Well-intentioned clinicians or health care groups that do not precisely follow the law can face severe penalties, including fines, legal action, and exclusion from Medicare and Medicaid. Retaining experienced legal counsel is essential to ensure compliance with health care law.

With more than 90 years of combined legal experienced, Hammerschmidt, Amaral & Jonas represents large health care groups and individual practitioners throughout Indiana. For several years, we have served as general counsel for Beacon Health Systems and its affiliates, including Beacon Medical Group. We regularly provide counsel to:

  • Health care organizations
  • Individual doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other practitioners
  • Nursing facilities
  • Home health care agencies
  • Pharmacies
  • Medicare and Medicaid providers
  • Businesses

We provide trusted legal counsel so you can focus on what matters the most: helping your patients.

Thorough Knowledge You Can Rely On

We understand that health care law can be intricate and confusing. Our lawyers can explain the many nuances of state and federal law. At Hammerschmidt, Amaral & Jonas, our team regularly assists with cases involving:

  • The Stark Law — We help clients comply with the Stark Law, which is actually several federal laws governing how health care systems interact with providers in the community, including referrals, leases, contracts and more.
  • The Anti-Kickback Statute — Our legal team ensures that our clients’ referrals and payments do not violate this federal statute. Violations can result in criminal penalties.
  • The False Claims Act — Providers may be liable for making false claims to a federal health care program. We can minimize liability, avoid infractions and provide legal defense.
  • Peer Review — Health care providers rely on peer review, which is heavily regulated and requires confidentiality. Our attorneys can ensure that the reviewer and reviewed are following regulations to avoid penalties.

Consult A Lawyer By Scheduling A Consultation

In our world of complicated health care regulations, we are prepared to assist you with compliance and any other issues you face. Contact our firm in South Bend to schedule a consultation. Call 574-400-8608 or contact our team online.

Confidently Navigating The Complexities Of Health Care Law

State and federal health care regulations are incredibly complex. Well-intentioned clinicians or health care groups that do not precisely follow the law can face severe penalties, including fines, legal action, and exclusion from Medicare and Medicaid. Retaining experienced legal counsel is essential to ensure compliance with health care law.

With more than 90 years of combined legal experienced, Hammerschmidt, Amaral & Jonas represents large health care groups and individual practitioners throughout Indiana. For several years, we have served as general counsel for Beacon Health Systems and its affiliates, including Beacon Medical Group. We regularly provide counsel to:

  • Health care organizations
  • Individual doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other practitioners
  • Nursing facilities
  • Home health care agencies
  • Pharmacies
  • Medicare and Medicaid providers

We provide trusted legal counsel so you can focus on what matters the most: helping your patients.

Thorough Knowledge You Can Rely On

We understand that health care law can be intricate and confusing. Our lawyers can explain the many nuances of state and federal law. At Hammerschmidt, Amaral & Jonas, our team regularly assists with cases involving:

  • The Stark Law — We help clients comply with the Stark Law, which is actually several federal laws governing how health care systems interact with providers in the community, including referrals, leases, contracts and more.
  • The Anti-Kickback Statute — Our legal team ensures that our clients’ referrals and payments do not violate this federal statute. Violations can result in criminal penalties.
  • The False Claims Act — Providers may be liable for making false claims to a federal health care program. We can minimize liability, avoid infractions and provide legal defense.
  • Peer Review — Health care providers rely on peer review, which is heavily regulated and requires confidentiality. Our attorneys can ensure that the reviewer and reviewed are following regulations to avoid penalties.

Consult A Lawyer By Scheduling A Consultation

In our world of complicated health care regulations, we are prepared to assist you with compliance and any other issues you face. Contact our firm in South Bend to schedule a consultation. Call 574-400-8608 or contact our team online.

Let Us Find The Solution You Need.