Healthcare Business Formation, Transactions & Contracts

Business Formation, Transactions & Contracts2018-10-25T17:29:42+00:00

Healthcare Business Formation and Start Up

It is important to start out on the right foot in business.  Especially in the healthcare field.  Whether your business needs to form an limited partnership for a start up business, or an LLC to act as a holding company for an upcoming transaction or acquisition, Kennedy’s contract & transaction attorneys can work with you to form the company structure needed to meet your upcoming business goals and developments.

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Medical Practice & Business Entity Types

  • Solo Practice
  • Group Practice
  • Partnership
  • Incorporating
  • Limited Liability Structure
  • Employed Physician Practice
  • Locum tenens

Healthcare Business Transactions

Healthcare providers have seen ever-increasing governmental oversight in their businesses.  Healthcare business transactions (buy, sell, mergers & acquisitions) must be conducted within strict regulatory framework pursuant to both state and federal laws, rules, and guidelines.  The Attorneys at Kennedy understand the processes and time lines healthcare businesses must go through and can assist a seller or a buyer in navigating their transaction to a successful completion.

Healthcare Contract Preparation and Review

Contracts are at the core of every healthcare business.  A typical healthcare business will contract in more than one way to be able to adequately conduct business.  Contracts must be compliant with state and federal governing laws.  The attorneys at Kennedy draft and review the myriad contracts your healthcare business has, including physician contracts, medical director contracts, non-complete agreements, employment contracts, service provider contracts, stockholder & partnership agreements, management contracts, transactional contracts, business associate contract and business associate agreements and HIPAA agreements.  Kennedy’s attorneys also can advise your healthcare business on when it should or should not use a contract to cover personal services.