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Location : Illinois - Chicago
Refer to Job # VDKH826040
Entry-Level Corporate/Transactional Healthcare Attorney Responsibilities: Provide legal support to clients including medical professionals, small- to mid-sized healthcare practices, and companies on licensure, scope of practice, regulatory compliance, and day-to-day business issues. Review employment contracts and negotiate contract terms on behalf of individual healthcare professionals, or represent established practice in contract negotiation with potential new employee. Draft employment contracts, independent contractor agreements, physician collaborative agreements, and other such documents in compliance with all applicable healthcare laws. Prepare clients HIPAA policies and procedures and advise clients on topics relating to HIPAA compliance. Advise clients both orally and in writing as to questions regarding the Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, Stark Law, EKRA, CMP, and related or state equivalent laws. Conduct consultation calls with potential clients wherein you will introduce them to the firm, assess their needs, and discuss next steps. Provide supportive, non-competitive, encouraging, and positive guidance and supervision to law clerks and administrative staff at the firm. Guide Jackson LLP's law clerks, including: assign projects, review projects prior to delivery to the client, critically analyze research findings and suggest next steps, and support their professional growth. Actively engage in continuing education about healthcare topics, including reading healthcare legal news, staying apprised of current events, and monitoring courts for health-related decisions impacting the firm's clients.
Requirements: Actively barred in any state where the firm operates, with 2+ years experience as a barred attorney Experienced in the preparation and negotiation of contracts Experienced in regulatory and transactional work. Knowledge of health law, including federal and state laws, hospital and health care regulations, and knowledge of legal aspects of contract agreement negotiations, practices, and structures. Extremely detail-oriented and able to deliver error-free work to clients on tight deadlines. Able to effectively communicate challenging topics in a clear manner to both clients and those over whom you have supervisory responsibility at the firm.
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