Health Care Law

Bartosiak Law LLC regularly represents physicians, physicians’ organizations and other medical providers in connection with all aspects of healthcare law.

Our healthcare practice includes counseling in the following areas:

  • Medical practice organization and development
  • Medicare and Medicaid regulations
  • Fraud and abuse issues
  • Employment matters
  • Shareholder agreements and compensation structures

Health Care Law

Representative Transactions

Harry Bartosiak previously served as in-house counsel for a national health care company. A list of representative healthcare transactions follows:

  1. Represented numerous Chicago area medical practices in connection with all aspects of business and regulatory needs.
  2. Represented healthcare related entity and real estate developer in connection with development of a surgicenter.
  3. Negotiated and structured a joint venture between a hospital and an unrelated healthcare entity to own and operate an emergency services facility.
  4. Negotiated and structured a joint venture between a hospital and a privately held healthcare entity to establish and staff a skilled nursing facility.
  5. Represented numerous medical practices in purchasing and selling commercial real estate properties.
  6. Represented medical practices as both landlords and tenants in numerous commercial leasing matters.
  7. Represented the established Chicago area medical practice in connection with the purchase of the practice by a large medical group.
  8. Regularly represented medical practitioners in connection with the fraud and abuse laws, including the “Stark” self-referral law, the Anti Kickback Statute and Medicare and Medicaid regulations.
  9. Organized numerous healthcare entities and drafted and negotiated related documents including partnership agreements, shareholder agreements, and operating agreements. Also drafted and negotiated employment and shareholder buy-in/buy-out agreements.
  10. Counseled medical clients in connection with the certificate of need process as well as licensure issues.