Health care industry clients turn to Carly Eisenberg Hoinacki to handle significant corporate transactions. They value her ability to accomplish their business and economic objectives while navigating the complexities of the constantly evolving health care regulatory landscape.
Carly’s clients include private equity firms investing in the health care sector, hospitals, health systems, medical groups, radiation therapy centers, home care agencies, management services organizations, independent practice associations, ambulatory surgery centers, telehealth companies, perfusion providers, and other organizations affiliated with the health care industry. Carly serves her clients as both corporate and regulatory counsel. By wearing both of these hats, Carly, a sharp negotiator and an exceptional drafter, is ideally positioned to provide meaningful advice and counsel and practical workable solutions.
Buyers and sellers rely on Carly for all aspects of the structuring, negotiation, and execution of health care transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, professional services agreements, administrative services agreements, employment agreements, and other contractual arrangements. Her portfolio of transactions consists of primarily middle-market deals.
For for-profit and not-for-profit clients, Carly counsels on corporate formation and governance matters, including entities with multistate health care operations.
Carly also counsels clients on a wide range of regulatory matters with respect to structuring health care transactions and in their day-to-day operations, including the corporate practice of medicine, fee-splitting prohibitions, and federal and state anti-kickback and self-referral laws.
Prior to joining Epstein Becker Green, Carly was a health care attorney at an international law firm. She previously worked as a Student Intern, then as a Student Assistant, and then as a Student Mediator at the New York Attorney General’s Office in Binghamton and Mineola, New York.
As a law student, Carly served as an Administrative Editor of the Boston University Journal of Science & Technology Law and completed the Boston University School of Law concentration in Health Law. She also served as an Extern for the Office of General Counsel at a Harvard medical school teaching hospital.