As the practice of health care continuously evolves with new laws, regulations, technologies, practices and breakthroughs, health care law continues to shift. Dowling Aaron Incorporated’s experienced Health Care Group offers innovative, responsive and practical solutions for legal problems arising from the heavily regulated and extremely intricate health care industry. This group focuses on resolving issues and garnering results that provide clients flexible solutions that are built to work long-term.

The Health Care Group assists clients with all aspects of health care and hospital law, including, but not limited to, complex transactions, fraud and abuse, HIPAA, consent issues, peer review, licensing, hospital-physician relations, managed care, health care employment and labor law, health care litigation, and provider lien collections.

Dowling Aaron Incorporated’s health care attorneys are also experienced in defending physicians, as well as other health care professionals, in actions brought against professionals by licensing entities such as the Medical Board of California, and other similar agencies. In addition, Dowling Aaron Incorporated’s health care attorneys can be of great value in consulting about privilege disputes, whether it is for the practicing professional or the hospital entity, and Dowling Aaron Incorporated’s litigators have broad experience in litigating such issues.

The laws governing health care become more complex as new regulations are enacted by the State of California and the Federal Government. Navigating through the system requires the knowledge of well-read advisors to make certain no detail is overlooked. The Health Care Group works relentlessly to remain updated and informed as the industry evolves and trends emerge, ensuring adherence to the most current laws as they apply to each client.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact Practice Group Chair, Daniel O. Jamison at the firm’s Fresno office, (559) 432-4500, or via email at djamison@dowlingaaron.com.