Healthcare Department

From regulatory issues to complex transactional and litigation matters to day-to-day business counseling, today’s healthcare industry faces a myriad of legal challenges that require the depth and breadth of a well-rounded and experienced team of professionals. The attorneys in the Healthcare Department at Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis possess a sophisticated understanding of the unique healthcare business environment, both here in New Jersey and beyond.

The members of the firm’s healthcare team counsel a roster of clients that includes many of New Jersey’s foremost healthcare systems, hospitals and medical facilities, medical staffs, organized delivery systems (ODSs), clinically integrated networks (CINs), independent practice associations (IPAs), physicians and physician group practices, dentists and dental practices, physician and hospital-physician joint ventures, pharmaceutical companies, managed care organizations, home health agencies, nursing homes, behavioral health organizations, healthcare industry vendors, medical device manufacturers, management service organizations (MSOs), private equity firms, and industry-associated financial and corporate entities. This inclusive representation has propelled the team to statewide and national prominence within the healthcare field.

Our comprehensive healthcare practice encompasses numerous areas of focus. The attorneys in this practice area possess the requisite targeted expertise and hands-on experience to effectively represent a broad range of healthcare industry clients across a spectrum of legal concerns

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