In public finance and health services, our Health Care Financing group delivers the right team for any health care project.
Our Health Care Financing group has worked on hundreds of projects that have raised tens of billions of dollars over the last 20 years for institutions providing medical care, conducting life sciences research and providing residential and support services to seniors and disabled individuals. We have served as bond counsel and play other roles in financings for health care facilities throughout the nation.
We work hard to remain the trusted legal advisor to organizations shaping the future of health care services. Our financing capabilities cover projects and programs for the entire array of health care delivery providers, both in new construction and renovation projects. We work with standalone hospitals and health systems with multiple hospitals and affiliates, and long-term care providers. Plus, we have extensive experience in public health institutions, including city/county hospitals, hospital districts and public academic medical facilities.
Representing a wide range of institutions, projects and financing techniques enables us to customize how we structure and document health care finance transactions to fit the unique needs of each client. At the same time, we preserve flexibility for future financing and refinancing needs.
We work with
- Health systems
- Academic medical institutions
- Hospital districts
- Cities and counties
- Conduit issuing authorities
- Long-term care institutions (CCRCs, ALFs, and nursing homes)
Our Health Care Financing team is bolstered by having a nationwide Health Care practice. We understand the business of health care. Our Health Care practice group consists of attorneys experienced in all areas affecting hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, physician groups and individual physicians, health plans, clinics and facilities, nursing homes, home health agencies, and other providers of health services, including regulatory matters; licensing and certificates of need; fraud and abuse; reimbursement and payment systems counseling; compliance counseling and government investigations; physician, hospital, and medical staff issues; health information technology and privacy; telemedicine; graduate medical education and residency accreditation; physician group practice/management companies; physician/ hospital alignment strategies—IPA, PHO, provider networks and ACOs; managed care contracting and network development; research compliance and FDA regulatory compliance; health care litigation; and health care reform.