Gerry Niederman represents health care organizations and related nonprofit entities in Colorado and throughout the United States. His clients include facilities, practitioner groups, and related businesses, as well as trade associations and other enterprises serving the health care industry. Gerry is a frequent author and speaker on a variety of contemporary health care issues.

Gerry offers clients a detailed understanding of legal and business variables involving the delivery and reimbursement of health care services. He has extensive experience working in the managed care field, developing integrated networks, and helping hospitals and physicians build and sustain innovative business arrangements. He is actively engaged in addressing challenges and opportunities related to health care reform initiatives.

Gerry frequently confronts complex regulatory and related business issues including antitrust, exempt organization, Medicare/Medicaid fraud and abuse, and Stark Law self-referral considerations. In addition, his representation of acute care and ambulatory health care facilities, as well as ancillary service providers, involves numerous third-party reimbursement, insurance law, licensure, contracting and related matters on an ongoing basis.