Harris Seashore is increasing its healthcare workforce with the addition of Peter Hoffman, who has joined the agency as a accomplice.
For the final 27 years Harris has centered his follow in healthcare, serving each institutional and particular person healthcare suppliers and suppliers. His expertise consists of creating and implementing compliance applications, defending payer audits, main inner investigations, dealing with advanced authorities investigations, engaged on self-disclosures to authorities businesses and personal payers, and counseling shoppers on myriad well being care compliance and regulatory points.
Hoffman represents shoppers in an array of issues, together with people who contain New York State Workplace of the Medicaid Inspector Basic, the U.S. Division of Well being and Human Companies, Workplace of Inspector Basic, the U.S. Legal professional’s Workplace, the New York State Legal professional Basic’s Medicaid Fraud Management Unit, the New York State Division of Well being and different authorities businesses in addition to business payers and personal events.
A graduate of Albany Legislation Faculty at Union College, Hoffman brings experience in healthcare- fraud-and-abuse issues, together with these involving the federal and New York State anti-kickback and “Stark” legal guidelines, in addition to civil financial penalties that come up in potential transactions and current relationships.
Harris Seashore’s healthcare workforce represents healthcare organizations in such issues as regulatory compliance, immigration, actual property, cybersecurity, labor and employment, financing, mergers and acquisitions, litigation, medical operations and day-to-day basic counsel.
The workforce serves regional well being methods, particular person suppliers, long-term care suppliers, ambulatory surgical procedure facilities, dependancy remedy suppliers, community-based suppliers and others. Shoppers additionally embody accountable care organizations, well being houses and care coordination organizations in addition to impartial follow associations and physician-hospital organizations, together with billing corporations and third-party payers.