With high-level experience in these practice areas, the attorneys at Liles Parker are committed to getting the job done right
Liles Parker attorneys have the litigation experience, health care regulatory knowledge, and counseling skills necessary to efficiently resolve health care issues at the lowest possible level, before they escalate into a more significant problem. Our attorneys regularly represent physicians, practice groups, clinics, home health agencies, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, intermediate care facilities, durable medical equipment suppliers, third-party billing companies, practice management groups and other health care providers in connection with Federal, State and /or private payor audits, compliance issues and health care transactional needs.
A number of our attorneys have held significant positions in the U.S. Department of Justice (including serving as the first National Health Care Fraud Coordinator for the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys) and as attorneys at the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA), now known the Centers for Medicare and Medicais Services. Additionally, other attorneys in the Firm have worked as State prosecutors and / or public defenders.
Areas of Focus in Health Care Include:
- Representing providers nationwide in ZPIC, PSC and RAC audits and appeals.
- Providers include, but are not limited to:
- Administrative Appeal levels include:
- Visit zpicaudit.com and racaudit.pro for additional information.
- Challenging statistical extrapolations of damages.
- Representing providers in connection with Grand Jury subpoenas and investigations.
- Responding to HHS-OIG, DOJ and law enforcement subpoenas and investigations on behalf of health care providers.
- False Claims Act / Qui Tam litigation. Visit falseclaimsact.pro for additional information.
- Representing providers in Corporate Integrity Agreements with HHS-OIG.
- Handling Stark self-referral questions and issues.
- Representing health care providers in connection with Anti-Kickback Statute allegations and cases.
Regulatory & Transactional Matters