Opened a virtual healthcare practice firm, Singularity Health Law, PLLC on January 1, 2011. Practiced healthcare law at Holland & Hart and a tributary firm since 1973. Served as leader of the firm’s healthcare practice group for more than 20 years. Holland & Hart is a 450-attorney law firm with 15 offices across the Mountain West.
Managed a wide variety of healthcare, legal representation in both counseling and litigation for and on behalf of hospitals, physicians, physician networks, limited license providers, nursing homes, durable medical equipment providers, home health agencies, healthcare service providers and managed care companies.
Representation includes compliance counseling for HIPAA, Stark law, Anti-kickback Statute, CMP and "fraud and abuse" defense, healthcare criminal defense, joint ventures, anti-trust, professional license disputes, provider fair hearings, state and federal administrative appeals, provider-hospital disputes, business torts, management services contracts, employment contracts and managed care service contracts.
Introduced healthcare law log that is a leading source of legal insight in the profession as well as being the first legal ‘blawg’ by an Amlaw 200 firm. Known as being a high energy and innovative lawyer who cares deeply for his clients and colleagues. Frequent speaker, author and expert on legal issues facing healthcare providers.
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Denver attorney Gregory Piche's talks about his new book Sham Peer Review with Christine Blackburn.Ryan Crawford interviews Gregory Piche' about Sham Peer Reviews
Denver attorney Gregory Piche discusses the medical Sham Peer Review process with Ryan Crawford.
Sham Peer Review: The Power of Immunity and The Abuse of Trust
By Gregory Piche'
Published: April 5, 2012.
In "SHAM PEER REVIEW: The Power of Immunity and The Abuse of Trust," Denver attorney and author Gregory Piche' offers several effective ways to bypass the current system known as the Medical Peer Review. This is an informative, provocative and timely book for an enormous profession that shadows American life, offering valuable insights for anyone working in today's healthcare industry
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