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Rivkin Radler represents a variety of healthcare stakeholders. Rivkin Radler's attorneys are ready to assist their clients in navigating the myriad healthcare laws and regulations, and in identifying emerging trends and opportunities in changing laws, regulations and policies that allow clients to succeed in an ever-changing marketplace. Committed to our clients who are engaging in payment and delivery system reform initiatives,...
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Rivkin Radler represents a variety of healthcare stakeholders. Rivkin Radler’s attorneys are ready to assist their clients in navigating the myriad healthcare laws and regulations, and in identifying emerging trends and opportunities in changing laws, regulations and policies that allow clients to succeed in an ever-changing marketplace.

Committed to our clients who are engaging in payment and delivery system reform initiatives, we are pleased to offer new alternatives to traditional hourly (fee-for-services) billing arrangements and have developed “value-based” fee arrangements with many of our healthcare clients. We are open to creating new arrangements that reward us for the quality and value of the services we provide.

Our attorneys have a detailed understanding of healthcare law, and Rivkin Radler is the firm of choice for complicated business and regulatory matters. We represent a diverse group of healthcare clients:

  • Outpatient Care Centers
  • Clinically Integrated Networks
  • Performing Provider Systems
  • Hospitals, Health Systems and Academic Medical Centers
  • Telemedicine, Telehealth and Mobile Health Providers
  • Accountable Care Organizations
  • Private Equity Firms
  • Management Companies
  • Subacute Providers
  • Long-Term Care Providers
  • Mental Health Providers
  • Developmental Disability Providers
  • Ambulatory Surgery Centers
  • Urgent Care Centers
  • Durable Medical Equipment Providers
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Independent Practice Associations
  • Physician and Dental Practices
  • Pharmacies
  • Managed Care Plans, Employers, Unions and Other Payers

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CT New Law Alert: Medical Debt Cannot be Reported to Credit Agencies
June 13, 2024 | Ada Janocinska | Legislation and Public Policy
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont recently signed a new bill into law that prohibits healthcare providers from reporting patients’ medical debt to credit rating agencies. The law goes into effect on July 1, 2024. In addition, any contracts signed by healthcare providers with credit rating agencies on or after July 1,…
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