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Edward helps clients resolve the broad spectrum of legal and business challenges that confront the healthcare industry. He has broad, yet in-depth, experience representing individual professionals, multispecialty practices, ambulatory surgery centers, health technology companies, clinical laboratories, substance use disorder treatment facilities, home health agencies, hospitals, clinically integrated networks, clinical research foundations, and other health-related businesses.  He often counsels healthcare clients in addressing complex issues that arise in healthcare transactions, facility license transfers, payor audits and recoupments, and day-to-day business affairs.

Edward’s prior experience includes defending healthcare providers in Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance audits, licensing and administrative proceedings, commercial litigation, and appeals. He also defended healthcare providers against claims of medical malpractice, negligence, and products liability.


Each lawsuit handled by Edward depends on its unique facts and particular legal circumstances. The following are a list of results obtained by Edward on behalf of his clients:

  • Provided legal analysis and business guidance in complying with the corporate practice of medicine doctrine and the prohibition against fee-splitting, self-referrals, kickbacks, false claims, and healthcare fraud.
  • Structured and negotiated agreements for healthcare business transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and provider integrations.
  • Represented private equity companies, parent companies, and their affiliated healthcare providers in obtaining government approvals for facility licenses, license transfers, and relocations, as well as Medicare enrollment and certification.
  • Assisted clients in complying with participation and reimbursement requirements under Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial health plans, and in defending their audit and recoupment demands.
  • Structured agreements for performance/value-based payment program arrangements with health plans and their provider networks.
  • Advised healthcare providers and negotiated their participation agreements with commercial health plans.

*Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.


  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • National Association of Asian American Professionals