As partner-in-charge of the McDermott New York healthcare practice, David S. Ivill has built a strong profile in advising private equity clients active in the healthcare market, both in New York and nationally. He advises PE firms such as The Riverside Company, Quad-C Management, Beecken Petty O’Keefe & Company, and Deerfield Management in multi-faceted transactions. David is a highly sought-after advisor providing innovative and insightful advice on operational and management issues in the context of complex regulatory frameworks, whether it be in the course of business or in connection with affiliations, mergers and acquisitions, fraud and abuse, Medicaid managed care, compliance programs or reimbursement matters. He is nationally recognized as a leading practitioner in corporate practice of medicine issues. David is a practice area leader for the Healthcare Private Equity practice.
David has extensive experience in the regulatory issues affecting the provision of healthcare services, particularly with respect to both hospital mergers and acquisitions and large practice group mergers and affiliations with hospitals in New York state. He has advised a wide range of clients, including Crouse Hospital, Maimonides Medical Center, St. John’s Riverside Hospital, U.S. Renal Care and Northeastern Anesthesia, and a large academic medical center, and has worked with Northwell Health.
Prior to practicing law, David was a podiatric surgeon specializing in foot and ankle reconstruction with a subspecialty in osteomyelitis of the lower extremity. He completed his residency at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Philadelphia and an AO Fellowship (for reconstructive surgery and surgical intervention for infections) in Ravensburg, Germany.
David frequently speaks on topics of interest to private equity firms, healthcare providers and manufacturers, including the following issues:
Corporate practice of medicine
New York regulatory law
Medicaid managed care
Fraud and abuse
While in law school, David served as an articles editor for the Review of Law & Social Change.
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