When you think of healthcare providers, you probably immediately think of doctors and nurses and hospitals. There are so many healthcare providers that make up our healthcare system: physical therapists, dentists, optometrists, pharmacists, social workers, professional counselors, clinical psychologists, EMTs and nursing homes to name a few. Some health care providers work as employees of larger providers such as hospitals, while others have their own practices. Providers’ legal needs are varied and ongoing.
In joining Linden Legal Strategies, I’ve had the opportunity to expand my practice beyond reacting to issues in the courtroom to focusing on helping healthcare providers of all types start, expand, grow and protect their practices. Applying Linden’s innovative and forward-thinking model is a win for healthcare practitioners too. The complexities of operating in today’s market do not need to be compounded by outdated and confusing legal services.
Since joining the firm, I’ve been asked what services we’ll be providing and how we’ll be weaving healthcare into Linden’s current approach. The good news is, Linden already serves the healthcare industry. But now we can focus on expanding those offerings to healthcare providers in all phases of practice including: *
- Starting a new practice or concierge service
- Outside General Counsel
- Department of Health Professions Investigations and Proceedings
- Risk and Compliance
- Credentialing and Peer Review
- Employee and Provider Training
- Personal Counsel
So, whether you’ve decided to embark on a new adventure, your practice has grown and needs more frequent legal services but you are not ready for in-house counsel, you’ve been presented with a complaint from DHP, or need assistance improving your risk, liability, privacy, quality, compliance and educational programs, or you desire personal counsel in a litigation matter, we are here to serve you.
*Don’t see what you are looking for here? This list is not exhaustive, email us or give us a call to discuss your specific needs.
This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice nor does it create an attorney-client relationship. Always consult appropriate legal counsel for specific questions related to your business. Some states may consider this attorney advertising.