Greg’s healthcare practice involves advice on regulatory compliance, including antitrust, Stark, and Anti-Kickback laws and regulations; and non-profit tax issues in the context of physician contracting, integrated networks, mergers, and affiliations. He also advises clients on EMTALA issues.
In addition, Greg provides counsel to hospitals and physicians on medical staff matters, peer review, and corrective action. He has extensive experience in the fair hearing process and in ligation arising from corrective actions regarding physician medical staff membership and hospital clinical privileges.
Greg regularly represents health care practitioners before state licensing and disciplinary boards and agencies in Washington and Oregon.
Greg is frequently invited to speak to healthcare professionals including providers and medical staff professionals, and he regularly authors articles on healthcare law topics.
- American Bar Association
- Washington State Bar Association
- Alaska Bar Association
- Oregon State Bar Association
- King County Bar Association
- National Association of College and University Attorneys
- Washington State Society of Health Care Attorneys
- J.D., Willamette University College of Law, cum laude, 1974
- B.A., University of Washington, 1970
Professional and Community Activities
- Independent Colleges of Washington, Board Member
- Washington Earns “F”s on its Telemedicine Report Card
- Surviving A Motion to Dismiss False Claims Act Suit
- Delay in Return of Overpayments Leads to False Claims Act Suit
- Public Hospital Districts Offering Maternity Services Must Offer Abortion Services
- OIG Approves Venture Spawned by CMS Hospital Readmission Penalties
- Former Hospital CFO Blows Whistle On Effort To Buy Medicaid Referrals
- Hospital Medical Staff Lacks Capacity To Sue – Medical Staff Bylaws Are Not a Contract
- US Intervenes In Whistleblower False Claims Act Lawsuit Alleging Submission of More Than $500 Million in Improper Claims
- Medicaid Disallows Reimbursement, Requires Reporting for Provider Preventable Conditions
- Urology Group Challenge to Stark Regulations Is Too Little Too Late
- Stark Law Really Does Have Teeth
- Whistleblowers Expected to Receive $2.8 Million in Settlement of Stark Based False Claims Act Lawsuit
- False Claims Act Recoveries Top $14.2 Billion
- CMS Proposes To Inspire More Whistle Blowing
- OIG Issues Updated Self-Disclosure Protocol
- Whistle-Blowing Cardiologist Expected To Receive $2.4 Million