Martin Dix, Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law, practices healthcare law with his primary focus on pharmacy law. His pharmacy law practice involves representation of clients in nearly all aspects of the drug delivery regulatory system: pharmacies, including chain, independent, institutional, specialty, compounding, nuclear, prison, etc.; pharmacists; pharmacy benefit managers; drug wholesalers; drug and dietary supplement manufacturers; retail medical oxygen dealers; and compressed medical gases wholesalers.
Martin's healthcare practice involves representation of mental health centers, physician practices, hospitals, diagnostic imaging centers (IDTFs), durable medical equipment (DME) and home medical equipment dealers, home health agencies, assisted living facilities, clinical laboratories, and healthcare clinics. His practice involves client representation on licensing, regulatory, HIPAA, Medicaid and Medicare, reimbursement, corporate, business, and antitrust issues in pharmacy and healthcare law areas.
Martin has represented clients before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Florida Board of Pharmacy, Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida Department of Health, Office for Civil Rights, Medicaid, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Agency for Persons with Disabilities, Florida Disabilities Council, Florida Attorney General's Office, Division of Administrative Hearings, Florida Governor and Cabinet, and other state and federal agencies.