Today’s health care businesses focus on cost-effective ways to grow, with a keen eye on ever-increasing compliance obligations and scrutiny. Johnson Pope’s Health Care Group is one of the largest in Florida, and includes four attorneys Board Certified in Health Law by the Florida Bar. Our team has experience working with large and small health care businesses to achieve these ends. We assist clients in all aspects of representing health care practices and businesses, ranging from regulation and compliance, licensure and credentialing, tax and general business representation, real estate and asset protection, to a myriad of health care litigation issues, such as credentialing and medical staff privilege issues, covenants not to compete, malpractice defense and employment law.
We represent a wide range of health care businesses, including: individual medical, dental and other professionals, group practices, hospices, ambulatory surgery centers, diagnostic testing facilities, home health agencies, pharmacies, clinical and reference laboratories, rehabilitation centers, practice management and management service organizations.
No matter the project, Johnson Pope is focused on finding the right resolutions for our clients. Our Health Care Group works closely with attorneys in Johnson Pope’s Tax and Estate Planning, Creditors Rights, Litigation, Employment and Real Estate Groups to combine the knowledge and skills of practitioners working throughout our firm’s diverse practices to successfully address the matter.
Our lawyers also provide presentations locally and nationally to health care businesses and associations addressing tax, regulatory compliance, asset protection and other issues such as avoidance and defense of medical negligence claims and compliance investigations, and enforcing covenants not to compete.
Meet the Team
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