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  • Education
    • J.D., cum laude, University of Georgia School of Law, 1985, Moot Court Board, Intrastate Moot Court Team
    • B.A., University of Virginia, 1982
Daniel Mohan has spent the past 25 years of his professional career representing health care providers navigate the complex and ever-changing business and regulatory landscape in the health care industry. He is passionate about forging close working relationships with clients to help them execute their strategic plan and find success in a highly competitive business environment.

Dan works with for-profit and nonprofit hospitals and integrated health care delivery systems, large single specialty and multi-specialty physician practices, post-acute care providers, private equity-backed management companies, ambulatory surgery companies, diagnostic imaging centers and hospice providers structure a variety of business transactions, negotiate complex contractual arrangements, and form clinically integrated networks, all in compliance with applicable federal and state health care statutes and regulations. 

Dan routinely counsels clients in the following matters:
  • Health care facility acquisition and sale transactions
  • Provider mergers and "member substitution" transactions
  • For-profit/nonprofit joint ventures
  • Service line management arrangements
  • Physician practice acquisitions and "roll-up" transactions 
  • Strategic partnerships and affiliation arrangements
  • Clinically integrated networks, IPAs, and partially-integrated provider networks
  • Arrangements in compliance with applicable state and federal laws, statutes, rules and regulations (including the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, tax-exempt organization regulations, state self-referral laws, state certificate-of-need laws, and corporate practice of medicine statutory and common law)
  • Represented a health care system in formation of hospital-physician joint venture formed to own and operate a new consolidated hospital facility. The transaction included formation and syndication of the joint venture and investment by the client in a real estate joint venture to develop, own, and lease the hospital facility to the client, as well as securing all necessary approvals and authorizations to proceed with the deal.
  • Represented a large integrated health care system in Georgia in the acquisition of three large cardiology practices as part of the establishment of a fully integrated hospital-physician delivery system.
  • Represented the acquirer in an acquisition of a free-standing ambulatory surgery center.
  • Represented a large multi-specialty physician group in the acquisition of a CON-approved multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center.
  • Represented a variety of multi-specialty and single specialty physician groups across the country in sale transactions to local health care systems.
  • Represented several nonprofit hospitals in sale transactions, including obtaining Attorney General approval under the hospital acquisition act.
  • Represented a large anesthesia group in a merger transaction with another anesthesia group.
  • Represented a pain medicine group in connection with the sale of the group's assets, including an ASC, to a private equity-backed management company.
  • Represented the buyer in the acquisition of a CON-authorized free-standing ambulatory surgery center and the subsequent syndication of the ASC to surgeons.
  • Represented orthopedic surgery groups in structuring and documenting service line management arrangements with local health care systems, including the formation of a separate management company.
  • Represented a group of surgeons in connection with the acquisition of ownership interests in a CON-approved, free-standing ambulatory surgery center.