Clinically Integrated Networks & Organizations

The Triple Aim® emphasizes the need for collaboration among healthcare providers to deliver quality results in a cost effective manner not previously attainable. The private sector, similarly, has goals to achieve the best value-based outcome at a reasonable price. Hancock Daniel has extensive expertise and experience in the development of post-acute, acute and ambulatory care networks, with deep insights as to the legal, operational and business structure and methodology necessary to achieve results. Our attorneys regularly provide advice regarding network development as it interacts with antitrust laws, the Stark law, the Civil Monetary Penalties law, the Anti-kickback statute, risk-bearing capacity, and patient freedom of choice.

Our attorneys’ experience in regulatory counseling, document development, negotiation, privacy matters and fraud and abuse laws, as well as our immersion in the development of post-acute, acute and ambulatory network development enables us to partner with healthcare providers and groups of providers to develop collaborations to strategically position providers for a post-healthcare reform environment.

Network Development Services:

  • Network Development and Implementation
  • Corporate Formation and Organizational Matters
  • Regulatory Counseling
  • Fraud and Abuse
  • Antitrust
  • Quality
  • HIPAA and Privacy
  • Payor Contracting


James (Jim) M. Daniel
James (Jim) M. Daniel
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