Health Care Attorney Kevin Wood Featured in Texas Medical Association Article on Investments in Medical Practices
Clark Hill Strasburger Member Kevin Wood was quoted extensively in the article "Capital Gains: Attracting Investors Without Losing Independence" appearing in the December 2018 issue of Texas Medicine, the magazine of the Texas Medical Association. He commented on trends and legal issues concerning investments in medical practices.
Wood helps all types of healthcare providers navigate the complex and ever-changing rules that control how providers enter business arrangements with each other. Most providers want to solely focus on delivering quality healthcare to their patients. As one of the most regulated industries, though, healthcare providers face many other challenges that demand their attentions. These challenges include such things as complying with federal and state fraud and abuse laws, ensuring the privacy and security of patient information, and being prepared should federal or state agencies knock on the door. As Leader of Clark Hill’s Healthcare Practice Group, Wood works with his group members to ensure they are aware of the latest challenges facing providers and others in the healthcare industry and are able to provide practical solutions for those challenges.
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