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  • Education
    • J.D., Washington University-St. Louis School of Law, 1974
    • M.S., University of Wisconsin, 1973
    • B.S./B.A., Washington University in St. Louis, 1971

Mark Goran provides clients with direction on complex legal issues in business and finance matters, with particular emphasis on the health care industry.  He has a strong ability to understand the business of his clients and demonstrates a commanding ability to counsel on intricate legal matters, strategy and achieves results for clients. Focusing primarily on health care transactions, Mark combines transactional and regulatory experience for the benefit of clients. Mark has focused much of his practice on transactional and business relationship matters including:

  • Financings 
  • Mergers, acquisitions and other change of control transactions involving for profit and not for profit organizations 
  • Strategic alliances 
  • Joint ventures
  • Affiliations
  • Corporate structuring and corporate governance matters
  • Service line co-management arrangements
  • Facility Development
  • Provider networks
  • Medical services organizations 
  • Clinically integrated networks (including ACOs and medical homes)

Mark advises on matters involving the Internal Revenue Service and has provided guidance on matters involving the Office of the Inspector General and the Department of Health and Human Services (including CMS), as well as state licensing and regulatory bodies. Mark specializes in developing and implementing alignment strategies involving hospitals and health systems, post-acute care providers, and physician organizations. Mark has led many public and private company transactions, including those involving private equity, and brings strategic industry knowledge and problem solving capabilities to each project.

  • Acquisitions, divestitures and/or affiliations of hospitals, health systems, home infusion and specialty pharmacy companies, home health and hospice organizations, cancer centers, ambulatory surgical centers, medical supply companies, nursing homes, and physician practices.
  • Establishment of strategic alignment relationships among and between hospitals, physicians and physician organizations and other post-acute care providers. Alignments include acquisitions,  joint ventures, co-membership, membership substitution, co-management, preferred provider, and general management arrangements.
  • Development and legal implementation of new strategies to respond to changing clinical practice and reimbursement environments.
text icon Publications & Presentations
Author, Law360
November 13, 2018
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Healthcare Deal Debt and Equity Financing Trends
Healthcare Dealmakers Conference
Panel Moderator
May 28, 2015