Savvy Attorneys Who Can Defend Your Rights Under the New Health Laws

Helping Connecticut and New York patients, hospital executives, physicians and other medical professionals stay informed about legal changes
As sweeping legislation and evolving regulations continually transform the healthcare system, understanding your rights and responsibilities requires ongoing education and collection of the latest information.

At Mix & Goldman, LLC, we use our in-depth, current knowledge about the healthcare system and the relevant laws to help ensure that physicians, hospital executives and other medical professionals remain in compliance with regulations and that they are aware of legal issues related to:

  • Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH)
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Pharmaceuticals and prescriptions
  • Licensure and safety
  • Business and billing practices
  • Whistleblower statutes
  • Healthcare contracts
  • Healthcare corporate law
  • Healthcare mergers and acquisitions

 

Patients’ rights in the healthcare system
Patients are granted important fundamental rights by law. When your rights are violated by an insurance company or a medical professional, you have remedies available to you. We effectively negotiate with insurance companies, medical professionals and government organizations to develop equitable solutions to your healthcare conflicts. If litigation is the most appropriate means of resolving your dispute, we apply our sophisticated litigation skills and dynamic courtroom demeanor to protect your patient rights in the courtroom. We are prepared to help you with legal issues involving:

  • Appeals of insurance decisions
  • Private insurance, including HMOs, PPOs and disability
  • Federal programs (including Medicaid and Medicare)
  • Rights under federal and Connecticut or New York laws, such as PPACA
  • Long-term and nursing-home care
  • Malpractice claims