Jeffrey Chase-Lubitz is a Rhode Island attorney providing general corporate and regulatory legal services, as well as strategic advice, to healthcare clients. In his 25 years of practice, Jeff has advised all manner of healthcare organizations in their corporate, transactional, regulatory, compliance and contracting needs. Jeff’s experience allows him to provide clients strategic advice and business development input. His goal is to find the solutions that allow his clients’ businesses to grow.
Jeff serves as general corporate counsel to the state medical society, the area’s largest home and hospice care provider, and a national leader in behavioral health managed care, along with a number of entrepreneurial healthcare enterprises and multi-specialty physician practices. Examples of recent client projects include health facility licensure, certificate of need and change of ownership approvals; hospital-physician acquisitions; accountable care contract development; healthcare fraud investigations; and corporate compliance reviews and training.
Jeffrey joined Donoghue Barrett & Singal as Partner in 2007 and heads the firm’s office in Providence, RI.
Behavioral health contracting; Compliance program development and counseling; Contract negotiations; Corporate formation, joint ventures, affiliations, other business arrangements; Corporate governance; Fraud and abuse compliance; Government investigations; Medicaid fraud; Medical staff governance; Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement; Mergers & acquisitions; Patient care issues; Payor contracting; Payor disputes; Physician compensation and financial arrangements; Physician Services Contracting; Physician recruitment and retention; Professional licensure and discipline; Provider network formation; Regulatory compliance; Risk management/liability; Tax exempt issues; Telemedicine/e-health; State & federal regulatory matters, including: Attorney General transactional reviews; Determination of Need projects for innovative services and new technology providers; Major construction and renovation projects; Determination of Need filings for hospitals and nursing homes; State and federal Transfer of Ownership filings (mergers, acquisitions, affiliations) for hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, pharmacies, and ambulances