Building bridges through implementing strategic transactions with other community-based providers.
With the transition to value-based care and the increasing emphasis on continuity, establishing formal and coordinated collaborative relationships with other provider organizations is often an effective strategy to both expand access and achieve financial security.
FTLF’s health care transactional experience is extensive. Examples of common matters include:
- Mergers of non-profit health care corporations
- Residency program collaborations with teaching hospitals
- Establishing school-based health centers in collaboration with school districts
- Establishing subrecipient relationships between federal grantees and other non-profit health care providers
FTLF is uniquely positioned to support your health care transaction given our attorneys’ unique understanding of the trends and requirements that apply to community-based providers that receive federal funding and/or designation.