As reimbursement rates shrink and the healthcare industry shifts to a value-based system, many healthcare providers are integrating with one another to adapt to the changing healthcare economy.  A common method of coping with the changing marketplace is to develop physician “super groups” or clinically integrated networks (CINs), which are networks of healthcare providers who collaborate to deliver care through uniform policies and protocols that improve the quality of care for the network’s patients.  We have been involved in multiple aspects of the implementation and review of physician super group and CIN projects.

At Wilentz, our Health Law attorneys advise established super groups and CIN clients on the various legal and regulatory issues affecting their practice today and in the future.