The Reformed Health Care Industry: Creative Structures and Alliances Can Yield Great Benefits, but Also Great Risks

The Reformed Health Care Industry: Creative Structures and Alliances Can Yield Great Benefits, but Also Great Risks

Aug 07, 2014

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Brownstein Client Alert, August 7, 2014

Since the Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”) was enacted in 2010, the health care industry has been on the edge of its proverbial seat waiting to see which care delivery models are best suited to sustain all the changes: to consolidate or not consolidate; to affiliate or not affiliate; to sell or not to sell. These debates—all of which were regular topics of discussion at the recent American Health Lawyers Association annual meeting in New York City—are all worthy of far more than this brief overview of some of the routes various health care industry players have explored in transforming the health care market. But with these innovative models—some tried and true, some tried and failed under pre-ACA regimes—comes familiar regulatory risks and considerations of which industry players need to be ever-mindful.

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