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Long-term care is a fast growing area of the health care industry primarily due to the aging baby boomer generation. At the same time, the long-term care industry is being subjected to increasingly complex regulatory requirements and more focused scrutiny by regulators.
Ruder Ware attorneys can represent providers in all segments of the long-term care industry in a variety of matters including corporate, real estate, regulatory compliance and compliance program operation, contractual relationships, certificate of need, risk management, employment and labor law, medical director and other physician agreements, ancillary service provider agreements, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement issues, resident agreements and a variety of other areas that affect the daily business operations of long-term care providers.