Laurie Cohen represents health care clients in corporate, transactional and regulatory matters and provides counsel on a wide range of health care operational and compliance matters. In addition, I routinely counsel hospital clients on ways to collaborate or contract with physicians and other providers so that such arrangements are compliant with physician self-referral (Stark Law) and anti-kickback statutes and other fraud and abuse laws as well as tax-exempt rules.
This includes drafting and negotiating joint venture agreements, medical director agreements, exclusive service contracts, on-call agreements and other professional services agreements.
My practice is largely focused on assisting and advising health care clients including hospitals, medical groups, digital health entities, nursing homes, ambulance services, independent practice associations/provider networks and individual providers on day-to-day operational issues covering governance matters, medical staff issues, licensing and certification, managed care contracting, value-based contracting, physician recruitment and employment, billing, vendor contracting, privacy and other health care compliance matters.
I also work with a number of health care associations providing educational programming and other assistance on legal and regulatory changes impacting their members.
Albany Law School, J.D.
Trinity College, B.A.
AFFILIATIONS : Laurie is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, and the American Health Lawyers Association.