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  • Education
    • J.D., cum laude, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2013, Dean’s List, Editor-in-Chief, Annals of Health Law Journal
    • B.A., cum laude, University of Colorado Boulder, 2010, Communication and Sociology
Ashley Osak is dedicated to providing thoughtful, innovative legal solutions that are unique to each client’s needs. Her practice regularly includes working with hospitals and health care systems to identify and effectuate strategic affiliations and acquisitions, and to provide guidance on topics such as the corporate practice of medicine, licensure and certification requirements and health information privacy and security. Ashley draws on her previous experience as an associate counsel at a large academic medical center as she assists clients with balancing the business- and legal-needs for each strategic relationship, as well as advising clients on day-to-day health care operations.
  • Represented a large nonprofit health system and one of its licensed clinics in a joint venture with a radiology group involving imaging centers in California.
  • Assisted several hospital systems in purchases of physician practices, including advice on corporate structuring for physician integration and physician compensation methodologies.
  • Represented buyer in its acquisition of behavioral health care practices in California, New York, Colorado and New Mexico, including formation and corporate structuring of management services organizations and support of practice group entities.
  • Advised large health systems, medical groups and other health care providers on operations, including review of corporate practice of medicine doctrines, state fee splitting and anti-kickback laws, state self-referral statutes and licensing requirements.
  • Represented private equity buyer in its multi-million dollar acquisition of a large fertility practice, related ASC and laboratory.
  • Represented physicians and hospitals in negotiating physician employment arrangements and independent contractor arrangements with physicians.
  • Represented a joint venture comprised of two large health systems in an effort to expand and improve access to cancer treatment and certain ancillary health care services across a broader geographic region.
  • Served as corporate and regulatory counsel for South Bay Family Health Care in connection with its successful merger with and into Venice Family Clinic. South Bay Family Health Care was one of the oldest and most respected Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) in California and merged with Venice Family Clinic, also a well-established and very well-respected FQHC.