Buying and Selling Long-Term Care Facilities: Overcoming Complex Regulatory and Business Challenges
Navigating CONs, Reimbursement, Licensure, Medicare and Medicaid Issues, Valuation, Anti-Kickback, and More
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance to healthcare counsel involved in buying and selling long-term care facilities and the complex business and regulatory issues involved. The panel will offer guidance on structuring the arrangements and conducting due diligence.
- Current environment for buying and selling long-term care facilities
- Legal considerations and challenges
- Contract and indemnity issues
- Medicare issues
- Medicaid issues
- Successor liability
- Best practices for structuring the arrangements and conducting due diligence
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key legal concerns when buying or selling long-term care facilities?
- What compliance risks related to continued use do entities acquiring long-term care facilities face?
- What are the best practices for counsel in the due diligence process?
Richard Faulkner, Jr.
Mr. Faulkner concentrates his practice in the areas of health care, real estate and finance. His experience spans... | Read More
Mr. Faulkner concentrates his practice in the areas of health care, real estate and finance. His experience spans many areas of long term care, including skilled nursing, assisted living, independent living, home health, physical therapy, urgent care and institutional pharmacy businesses. Prior to joining his firm, he served as legal counsel and Vice President of Strategic Growth for Life Care Centers of America, where he was responsible for legal matters relating to finance, acquisition, development and construction transactions and corporate matters.Close
Thomas D. Vaughn
Mr. Vaughn focuses his practice in the areas of healthcare, life sciences and education. He represents clients in the... | Read More
Mr. Vaughn focuses his practice in the areas of healthcare, life sciences and education. He represents clients in the purchase and sale of long-term care facilities and other healthcare providers. He has authored several publications on healthcare fraud and abuse, including the Anti-Kickback Law, Stark II, Medicare enrollment, medical malpractice, patient confidentiality, managed care and other health law topics. He has also presented at conferences on health law issues.Close