Our attorneys have worked with health care providers in developing and implementing clinical integration programs. These types of arrangements require complex documentation and regulatory over sight.
Our attorneys work closely with our health care clients to find ways to meet these demands that often involve working with a hospital’s medical staff by helping them to quickly implement advanced clinical technologies, help with the incorporation of evidence-based medicine, and reduce the underuse, overuse, and misuse of clinical resources.
In addition, many programs require technology expertise to demonstrate compliance with evidence-based performance measurements, clinical protocols, bundled payments, PQRS measures and other quality indicators. Our healthcare attorneys have experience in implementing clinical integration systems in connection with the development of ACOs and we are experienced in providing all necessary legal support required for the development and submission of an ACO application to CMS.