Matthew J. Perreault counsels health care clients on complex regulatory and fraud and abuse matters, including the physician self-referral law (Stark Law) and the Anti-Kickback Statute. Matt regularly advises accountable care organizations (ACOs), hospital and health systems, and physician practices on a wide variety of provider arrangements, acquisitions and affiliations, value-based reimbursement agreements, and general health care law and compliance matters.
Prior to joining McDermott, Matt was deputy general counsel for a large private health system where he served as the lead lawyer for its ACO, multi-specialty physician practice and hospital physician contracting. He also held positions of increasing responsibility at a national vertically integrated renal care company.
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