Tracy Powell practices primarily in the areas of health care, commercial transactions, securities and general corporate law. He is experienced in developing, negotiating and completing business transactions in various sizes and providing counsel to companies. In Nashville, many of these companies are in the health care business.
In health care matters, he has represented physicians and other providers on many issues, including federal and state fraud and abuse matters, physician self-referral issues (including Stark Law and regulatory matters), and related health care operations issues. He has substantial experience in physician practice matters and the negotiation of physician recruiting and employment agreements. His clients also include a number of surgery centers, lithotripsy providers, and other entities involved in the health care delivery system.
Selected Experience — Counsel to large physician practice in connection with hospital/practice integration and directly involved in compensation and employment matters, regulatory analysis, and governance structuring
Development and regulatory counsel for a large health care company assisting in development of multiple physician joint ventures, acquisitions of businesses and syndications with physician owners
Regulatory and compliance counsel to enrolled provider licensed in multiple jurisdictions
Special counsel to health care company assisting in revising multiple arrangements and contracts in light of regulatory and industry changes Lead acquisition counsel to various buyers in manufacturing, health care and other industries
Development and regulatory counsel for health care management firms managing and owning ambulatory surgery centers, advising on compliance and operational issues
Counsel to investor group purchasing and owning hospital in conjunction with physician owners
Counsel to health care company in purchase of substantial operating subsidiary of the health care operations of a public company
Counsel to senior level executives at public companies in connection with going private transactions, equity considerations and reporting obligations under Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Representation of physicians in negotiations with recruiting arrangements, employment and ownership considerations and other practice-related matters