Kronick’s Health Care Group represents and advises a variety of health care provider organizations and senior living service organizations including local and national healthcare entities, general and specialty hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, assisted living facilities, federally qualified health centers (“FQHCs”), rural health clinics (“RHCs”), continuing care retirement communities, residential care facilities, behavioral health providers, medical foundations, physician groups and managed care payers on a variety of business, regulatory and litigation issues.
Our health care practice offers creative, strategic and practical advice to help our clients resolve legal disputes that invariably arise in today’s complex and highly regulated healthcare world. We understand the business of managed healthcare and the intricate relationships between hospitals, physicians, health plans, employers and government payers, and have organized and support new and emerging clinically integrated provider networks who are working to implement the “triple aim” of health care reform. Our work also includes many types of entity formations and affiliation relationships that enable our clients to work collaborate to better compete in the health care marketplace.
Kronick health care attorneys have a comprehensive understanding of the day-to-day business issues facing health care providers and we serve in capacity as general counsel to many health care provider organizations. In addition, we represent clients in a number of regulatory compliance issues including licensing citation appeals, the development of compliance programs, risk management programs, and we provide support for many of our clients who are operate pro-active compliance programs to protect their organizations from those issues that present series compliance risks for the organization.
Friday, May 17th
San Diego, CA
The California Primary Care Association’s Chief Financial Officers Conference provides an exchange of information, problem solving, and training for community health centers (CHCs). Kronick attorneys Lawrence Garcia and Jennifer Scott will be participating in a panel discussion addressing the difference between a Scope of Project and a Scope of Service and its impact upon revenue cycle management of FQHCs.