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Senior Living, Long-Term Care, Home Health and Hospice Better health

Barnes & Thornburg represents proprietary and nonprofit continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) and long-term care providers in licensure and certification matters, reimbursement disputes, governance, regulatory compliance and other matters before administrative agencies throughout the United States. 

These providers face the rapid evolution of federal and state healthcare regulations, in addition to the increased cost of healthcare, a more educated and demanding customer base, and an expanding aging demographic. 

Our clients include:

  • Long-term care facilities
  • Continuing care retirement communities
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Intermediate care facilities for the developmentally disabled
  • Group homes for persons with disabilities or traumatic brain injuries
  • Home health agencies
  • Hospice

We assist providers in the planning, development, startup, expansion, and change of ownership of CCRCs and nursing and assisted-living facilities. Our corporate and real estate law focus also helps clients navigate the acquisition and sale of long-term-care facilities and related organizations.

The firm also has significant experience with non-state government-operated nursing facility arrangements involving intergovernmental transfers (IGT) and the Medicaid upper payment limit (UPL) program.

Practice Leaders

Laura Seng

Laura D. Seng

Partner
Director of Health Law Resources and Risk Management

South Bend

P 574-237-1129

F 574-237-1125

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