Gregory A. Brodek and Emmy S. Monahan

Gregory A. Brodek concentrates his practice exclusively in the area of healthcare law and represents hospital systems, hospitals, physicians, physician groups, and integrated delivery systems on a wide variety of transactional, regulatory, compliance, and reimbursement issues nationwide. He draws on his years of experience and deep understanding of the healthcare industry to counsel his clients on the business impact of the legal issues at stake. His clients are throughout the United States.

His extensive healthcare experience includes representing providers in resolving disputes with public and private payors, negotiating settlements with federal and state agencies, structuring integrated delivery systems and physician networks, negotiating managed care arrangements, developing reimbursement strategies both on a state and federal level, and advising on self referral laws, tax-exempt concerns, and day-to-day operational questions. Mr. Brodek also represents hospitals in joint venture transactions, including formation of integrated delivery systems, PHOs, HOs, and hospital-owned MCOs.

Mr. Brodek has lectured widely and has written on many healthcare matters, including "Managed Care Contracting Issues for Providers," Health Law and Compliance Update, which was published by Aspen in 2009. He is a 1988 graduate of Drake University Law School and a graduate of Boston University.

 

Contact Gregory at:
GABrodek@duanemorris.com 


monahanemmy_(002).jpgEmmy S. Monahan represents providers, including hospitals, physicians, and physician practices in complex federal and state regulatory matters, including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, health center designation, and HIPAA and state privacy issues compliance. She also has significant experience with private payor reimbursement, including managed care contracting, regulations, and disputes. Her experience includes the representation of several pathology groups in a number of class actions against insurers over disputes involving payment for clinical pathology services.

Ms. Monahan actively participated in the Maine Hospital Association HIPAA workgroup that identified critical compliance areas for Maine providers through analysis of the impact of the HIPAA privacy standards on Maine laws.

Ms. Monahan is a 1995 graduate of St. Louis University School of Law (LL.M., health law), a 1992 graduate of Howard University School of Law and a 1988 graduate of the University of Utrecht School of Law, Netherlands (LL.M., business and socio-economic law).

 

Contact Emmy at:
ESMonahan@duanemorris.com