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We are able to serve as general or special counsel to behavioral health providers, including individual mental health practitioners, behavioral health clinics, rehabilitation facilities, community mental health centers, acute care psychiatric facilities, behavioral health systems, residential treatment facilities, and others involved in the delivery of behavioral health services.
Our health care attorneys can assist behavioral health clients with compliance issues, reimbursement matters, fraud and abuse allegations, risk management, certification and regulatory approvals, patient privacy and confidentiality issues, labor and employment issues, contract matters, joint ventures and affiliations, facility and program development, and a host of other health care, business law, regulatory, and litigation matters.
We can provide counsel to the following: