Industry Details

Health Care Institutions

MDM&C’s Health Care Law Practice carries a statewide and national reputation in the health care field. The practice is comprehensive and ranges from counseling clients on the day-to-day issues that arise in their practices to representing large health care systems and business corporations in complex corporate, transactional, and litigation matters.

Members of MDM&C’s Health Care Law Practice have represented a broad array of clients, including: hospitals, medical staffs, IPAs, physicians and physician group practices, hospital-physician joint ventures, physician joint ventures, pharmaceutical companies, banks, general business corporations, managed care organizations, state health care planning agencies, home health agencies, nursing homes, and health care vendors.


Recent Events

October 30, 2014 - Show Me the Money: Capturing the Benefits and Avoiding the Risks of Healthcare Reform



Photo on Left: Firm partner John Zen Jackson, Esq. (not shown) hosted “The Liability of Accountable Care Organizations – Who is Accountable and For What?”, featuring panelists (left to right): David DeSimone, Esq., Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of CentraState Healthcare System; Donna Vible, CPCU, Senior Vice President, Northeast Region, Healthcare Practice at Willis Re, Inc.; and firm partner Peter L. Korn, Esq. Photo on Right: Firm Partner Andrew F. McBride III, Esq. (far left) hosted “The Changing Landscape of the Healthcare Delivery Systems: Provider/Payer Vertical Integration,” featuring panelists (left to right): Kenneth E. Kobylowski, Commissioner of New Jersey Banking & Insurance; Neil M. Sullivan, Esq., firm partner and  former Assistant Commissioner of Life and Health; John T. Gribbin, FACHE, President & CEO of CentraState Healthcare System; and  Jeffrey D. Le Benger, MD, Chairman of Summit Medical Group System.

Senior managers representing healthcare institutions across the tri-state region participated in “Show Me the Money: Capturing the Benefits and Avoiding the Risks of Healthcare Reform,” hosted by McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP and co-sponsored by the New Jersey Hospital Association, the Medical Society of New Jersey, and the New Jersey Chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association. The all-day conference – which addressed changing delivery systems, reimbursement, compliance and enforcement in a post ACA environment – featured several well-known and highly regarded authorities from the private and public sectors.

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