Healthcare: Regulatory Compliance

Venable's healthcare attorneys and litigators offer tailored advice designed to a client's operational needs. Not only are we highly experienced in navigating one of the most complex and regulated industries; we help clients anticipate change thanks to the insight of our policy colleagues.

Our team has decades of experience handling matters involving federal, state, and local healthcare laws and regulations. We regularly represent clients in executive, legislative, regulatory, and litigation venues. Our counsel helps clients comply with applicable legal and regulatory requirements in their daily operations and in transactions, enforcement, and strategic planning.

We have served as outside advisors, in-house counsel, and health law and policy professors, and in many other stakeholder positions in government agencies, state legislatures, and Congress. Our team's knowledge of the healthcare industry's legal, regulatory, and policy environment, and experience with multi-jurisdictional representation, converge to provide our clients with a well-developed partner and advisor to assist them in healthcare regulatory compliance matters.

We understand innovation and the emerging issues in the healthcare industry. Our team stays on top of developments in healthcare law, regulation, and policy. We also add value to our client representation, with significant connections to industry experts, including accounting firms and healthcare policy, operations, licensure, and reimbursement consultants.

The Venable team represents health insurers, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare providers, and healthcare software/AI developers. In healthcare subsectors, the Venable team represents individual investors, private equity and venture capital investors, lenders, and debt providers. We represent local, regional, and national healthcare providers (both for-profit and tax-exempt nonprofit), as well as suppliers, payors, payor services organizations, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and other clients.