Jamie Wasserman Discusses Health Care Provider Liability and Litigation Topics


Health Care Provider Liability and Litigation Topics at AHLA’s Fundamentals of Health Law

By: Jamie Wasserman

In “Health Care Provider Liability and Litigation Topics at AHLA’s Fundamentals of Health Law,” Fort Lauderdale partner Jamie Wasserman discusses the liability and litigation topics covered during the American Health Lawyers Association’s Fundamentals of Health Law conference this past November in Chicago.

Healthcare providers are subject to a heightened level of scrutiny from government regulators, payers, and the public, and must be cognizant of more than providing quality medical care to their patients. Jamie advises on best practices for identifying and avoiding Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute and False Claims Act violations, which could be catastrophic for providers.

Other areas of discussion include HIPAA compliance, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement disputes and potential liability issues with physician employment and non-competition agreements.  Healthcare providers should consult with their attorneys to ensure adequate compliance.

Read Jamie’s full discussion here.

This article was originally published in the March 2018 issue of Health Care Liability & Litigation, a publication of the American Health Lawyers Association Health Care Liability and Litigation Practice Group.

Copyright 2018, American Health Lawyers Association, Washington, DC. Reprint permission granted.

About Jamie Wasserman

Jamie Wasserman is a partner in the Ft. Lauderdale office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Business Litigation and Health Law Practice Groups. She regularly represents physicians, physician group practices and licensed health care facilities in business and corporate litigation and arbitration. She also provides regulatory and compliance advice to health care clients.


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