Due Diligence in Healthcare Private Equity Transactions
Minimizing Regulatory, Corporate Practice of Medicine and Other Risks
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide to counsel in healthcare private equity transactions on due diligence measures that effectively identify and mitigate risks and liabilities. The panel will address the regulatory and corporate practice of medicine issues that should be considered during the due diligence process.
- Due diligence structure and implementation
- Legal issues/risks to address
- Successor liability
- Pending or threatened litigation
- Compliance programs
- Medicare/Medicaid CHOW
- Best practices
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What hurdles do counsel encounter when involving private equity firms in healthcare transactions?
- What are the key regulatory due diligence issues in healthcare private equity transactions?
- What are the most effective processes that are being used to conduct healthcare due diligence in a timely and cost-effective manner?
Glenn P. Prives
McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter
Mr. Prives represents a range of healthcare clients and has experience in the areas of hospital-physician alignment,... | Read More
Mr. Prives represents a range of healthcare clients and has experience in the areas of hospital-physician alignment, mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, alliances, joint ventures, numerous types of contractual agreements and healthcare information technology. He also has counseled clients on a variety of healthcare regulatory matters, including Stark, Anti-Kickback, state self-referral laws, HIPAA, and healthcare reform. Mr. Prives is a frequent speaker on healthcare and business issues and is Vice Chair of the AHLA’s Business Law and Governance Practice Group.Close
Patrick D. Souter
Gray Reed & McGraw
Mr. Souter is known for his legal and educational experience in the healthcare industry, making him a sought-after... | Read More
Mr. Souter is known for his legal and educational experience in the healthcare industry, making him a sought-after resource for clients and students alike. His primary areas of practice are related to transactional and administrative healthcare, corporate, securities and antitrust matters. Mr. Souter is also a Professor of Healthcare Studies at Baylor University School of Law where he oversees the healthcare law program and teaches Healthcare Law, Healthcare Fraud and Abuse and Regulation of Healthcare Professionals. He is also involved with the Robbins Institute for Health Policy and Leadership at the Baylor University Hankamer School of Business where he teaches Healthcare Law and Ethics in its M.B.A. in Healthcare Administration Program and Executive M.B.A. Program.Close