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  • Education
    • J.D., Saint Louis University School of Law, 2010, Order of the Woolsack; Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honors Society; Public Law Review, Articles Editor; Dean's Honors Scholarship; Jewish Legal Society Co-Founder and President; Public Interest Law Group; Academic Excellence Awards: Legal Profession (ethics) and Family Law
    • B.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pi Sigma Alpha Honors Society

Bill Hoffman is a dedicated Shareholder based in Polsinelli's St. Louis and Chicago offices. He is passionate on providing guidance on regulatory issues, such as licensure and accreditation, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and compliance with Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute to his clients. Additionally, Bill uses his experience with a variety of transactions, including joint ventures, employment contracts and leases for hospital, health system and physicians to better serve his clients.

Bill counsels various types of health care providers and their private equity fund investors, including hospitals, dialysis facilities, physician practices, urgent care centers, long-term care facilities and ambulatory surgery centers. Bill’s creative and functional approach allows him to find creative solutions in the areas of health care fraud and abuse, transaction structuring (particularly in the private equity space), general compliance consulting, etc. He has extensive knowledge and experience in various areas within the health care industry, including:

  • Private equity investment in health care providers and suppliers
  • Ophthalmology and corporate optometry
  • Dentistry
  • Nonprofit and Catholic health systems
  • Outpatient and long-term care dialysis
  • Physical, occupational, speech and applied behavior analysis therapy
  • Home health and hospice
  • Skilled nursing and assisted living facilities
  • Lead counsel to large Dental Services Organization in the out of court sale of substantially all of its assets, practices, and captive insurance companies and winding down of its business.