Phillip Street works alongside healthcare and life sciences companies to execute their most significant transactions. He has deep experience working with entities throughout the health industry, including hospitals and health systems, healthcare operating companies, clinically integrated provider networks (CINs), investors and research consortiums, and delivers practical, business-centric advice.
Phillip leverages the relationships and knowledge developed throughout his 25+ year legal career, helping organizations develop and execute strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures. His insights into the complex regulatory and business issues that arise during healthcare collaborations make him a valued partner to providers, CINs, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, private equity investors and others working to drive healthcare innovation through novel transactions. His tax experience provides him with a unique perspective among healthcare dealmakers.
To help his clients proactively and strategically mitigate risk, Phillip addresses compliance and transactional risks that may arise during the course of due diligence, including mitigation strategies such as preparing Stark Law and Anti-Kickback self-disclosures.
Represented leading hospitals in the country in the design and implementation of subspecialty line management transactions. *
Represented providers in settlement of healthcare false claims matters with the Department of Justice. *
Represented hospital systems in investigating potential Stark and Anti-Kickback law violations and subsequently, in the preparation and submission of self-disclosures to the Office of Inspector General. Representations resulted in favorable settlements for the clients. *
Represented leading national healthcare providers in the design and formation of preclinical and clinical research consortiums. *
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