Healthcare Law
Navigating Complex Regulations with Confidence and Compassion

Navigating Healthcare with Confidence

Navigating the complexities of healthcare law can be overwhelming, especially when you'd rather focus on practicing medicine. At Hagar & Phillips, we understand the challenges you face when dealing with business matters in the healthcare industry.

Our experienced attorneys specialize in healthcare law and are dedicated to supporting healthcare professionals like you. We provide comprehensive services, including defense of your nursing license and assistance with physicians and APN/PA agreements in Tennessee, helping you navigate the complicated legal requirements of your agreements.

We recognize that understanding paperwork, regulations, compliance issues, and licensing matters can be daunting. That's why we are here to provide expert guidance and support, ensuring that you remain compliant in all aspects of your practice.

  • Disciplinary Matters
    ‍‍Leveraging our deep understanding of healthcare law, and our hands-on-experience in the industry, to protect your reputation and your right to practise.
  • Accreditations and Licensing Defense, Regulatory Compliance
    Skilled representation for healthcare professionals facing disciplinary actions and assisting in navigating complex medical regulatory compliance.
  • Managed Care
    Navigating complex contractual and regulatory issues within the managed care landscape.
  • Medicare Fraud
    Protecting your rights and interests when facing allegations of Medicare fraud, in these complex and high-stakes investigations.
  • Stark Anti-Kickback Law
    One of the few law firms in the country with hands-on expertise in Stark Anti-Kickback statue cases.
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Tennessee Nursing License Defense

Don't Put Your License in Jeopardy

Tennessee law grants the Tennessee Board of Nursing the power to deny, revoke or suspend a nursing license or certificate or otherwise discipline a nurse if there is proof that the nurse is guilty of a crime. The same applies if the Board finds that the nurse is guilty of unprofessional conduct or mentally incompetent, among other things.

If a person is accused of a crime or grounds for discipline, the Board of Nursing or Division of Health Related Boards of the Tennessee Department of Health may file a written notice of charges against the nurse. Additionally, the Board of Nursing may receive a complaint from a variety of sources that results in an investigation into the nurse. Regardless of the source of the complaint, when a nurse is convicted of a crime, the Board of Nursing will conduct a contested case hearing.

These decisions can have a lasting impact on your career. Therefore, if you are facing discipline from the Board of Nursing be sure to contact an experienced Tennessee healthcare license defense attorney.
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