Health Law Services


Health Law focuses on federal, state and local statutory, regulatory and administrative law that has evolved around the practice of medicine. Some of the common Health Law issues are:

The Anti-Kickback Laws and Regulations, Antitrust, Civil Monetary Penalties, Credentialing, Corporate Compliance, False Claims Act, Fee Splitting Statutes, HIPAA/Confidentiality, Medical Billing and Reimbursement (CMS and Commercial Insurance Billing and Reimbursement Requirements), Medical Staff Issues, Network Formation, Patient Rights, Peer Review and Disciplinary Actions, Practice Formation (Modification and Operations), Professional Rights, State Licensure Issues, and the Stark Laws and Regulations.

The Kelso Law Firm, PC focuses strictly on Health Law issues. We advise our clients regarding the issues above. We work with our clients to make sure any agreement is designed to meet the client’s specific needs. Among other legal services, we provide the following draft and review services for physicians and physician practices. If you have a need or require a service not listed below, please call us. We have a great network of contacts. If we can’t help you, we can find someone who can.

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Health Law Contract Services Offered

Best Medical Contract Reviews

  • Physician Employment Agreements
  • Billing and Coding Agreements
  • Managed Care Agreements
  • Solo Practice Start Up
  • Multi-Member New Practice Formation
  • Modification of By Laws or other Operating Agreements
  • Real Estate Leases
  • Formation of Corporations and/or Partnerships for Physician Investments (Labs, Pharmacies, and Surgical Centers)
  • Equipment Leases
  • Real Estate Purchases
  • Equipment Purchases
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Asset Purchase Agreements
  • Review of other Investment Opportunities


What You Need To Know About Contract Reviews

  • Not requesting changes to your agreement because you are unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the negotiation process
  • Unfair non-compete clauses
  • Bad call schedules
  • Poor vacation structure
  • Unfair or bifurcated partnership tracks
  • Assume that friends and family have the ability to identify and remedy negative terms of your contract
  • Contract provisions that violate Stark and the Anti-Kickback Statutes and Regulations
  • Practicing without the appropriate amount of malpractice coverage