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SKILLED REPRESENTATION

Carla Hogan, Esq. represents start ups and established health care providers in private equity roll-ups, managed care issues and contracting, mergers, acquisitions and auspices transfers. In addition to offering health care corporate compliance programs and training, she defends licensed professionals in front of the New York Office of Professional Medical Conduct, the Office of Professional Discipline, and the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement on professional discipline matters. Carla defends against proposed exclusions by the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General, the Office of Inspector General and CMS. She also represents providers in connection with hospital disputes and credentialing matters.

 

She defends Medicare, Medicaid and commercial payor audits, and provides general regulatory counsel on day-to-day health care issues including HIPAA, OSHA, fraud and abuse and Stark compliance. Representative clients include laboratories, multi-specialty medical practices, DMEs, pharmacies, home health care agencies, nursing homes, dental and medical practices, physician and dental management companies, fertility practices, diagnostic and treatment centers, physicians, dentists and all other licensed health care professionals, ambulatory surgery centers, IPAs, ACOs, CCOs, and free standing imaging centers.

 

In her employment practice, she defends federal and state discrimination claims, as well as train and counsel employers in workplace best practices, diversity and inclusion. This includes wages, hours and classification matters, employment contracts including non-competes, physician/hospital contracts and executive compensation, sexual harassment training, defense of state audits including workers compensation and unemployment insurance and general day-to-day employment counseling.

 

Carla also affiliates with other law firms seeking an experienced employment or health care attorney for long term projects and contracts, or as New York counsel to out of state businesses and/or law firms.

EXPERIENCE

Hogan Law, P.C.

Albany, New York

2014 – Present

Managing Shareholder

Recent projects include successful defense of substantial Medicaid investigations and audits, successful defense of physician, pharmacist and nurse on OPMC and OPD disciplinary charges and collateral consequences, serving as New York regulatory and corporate counsel to a PE acquisition of multi state fertility clinics and labs; successfully pursuing a diagnostic and treatment center’s claims for nonpayment of APG rates against four managed care plans and an IPA; defense of a physician’s termination from a large hospital health care system, negotiating a hospital buyout of a specialty practice; defense of disability and sexual harassment discrimination cases; delivery of sexual harassment training under new Labor Law requirements; reversal of OMIG closure of NYC dental office; creation of CLIA approved lab; defense of physician owned lab with NYS POLEP.

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Albany / New York City 2013 – 2014

Partner

Practice focused on providing employment and regulatory counsel to healthcare related individuals and entities, including insurers and managed care plans.

Tuczinski, Cavalier, Gilchrist & Collura, LLP

Albany, New York 2009 – 2012

Principal

Practice focused on all aspects of health care and employment law. Regularly counseled health care entities, IPAs, managed care plans and licensed professionals regarding corporate, regulatory, transactional and litigation related issues. Lectured extensively on compliance issues, including developing and implementing compliance manuals and training for the New York State Dental Society, the Pharmacy Society of the State of New York and the New York Medical Equipment Providers Association. Served as member of compliance committee for corporate health care clients. Defended licensed professionals on disciplinary matters and OMIG/OIG exclusion matters and represented health care providers on Medicaid and Medicare audits.

Boies Schiller Flexner LLP

Albany, New York 1999 – 2009

Partner

Focused on healthcare and employment matters and defense of government investigations. Worked as part of large litigation team with E-discovery matters in all aspects of litigation, and provided corporate and regulatory counsel to for profit and not for profit clients.

Whiteman Osterman & Hanna LLP

Albany, New York 1988 – 1999

Partner: 1996 – 1999

Associate: 1988 – 1996

Full corporate practice with emphasis on health law and labor and employment matters. Regularly interacted with State and federal regulators regarding Medicaid and Medicare matters. Practiced in all areas of litigation, administrative law, managed care, corporate, regulatory and contract law regarding issues specific to health care providers and payers. Practice also focused on employment issues affecting health care providers and payers and other entities including alternative dispute resolution, wrongful discharge and discrimination litigation, including Title VII, ADA, ADEA, and FMLA; wage-hour matters; labor /management relations; OSHA; ERISA and employee benefits; executive compensation; workplace training; preventing workplace violence; non-compete litigation; whistleblower claims; and employment law audits and collective bargaining process and disputes.

ARTICLES

EEOC TO RESUME DATA COLLECTION APRIL 26, 2021

Posted on April 2, 2021

OUT AND BACK: COVID-19 PAID LEAVE CHANGES IN NEW YORK

Posted on July 10, 2020

GUIDANCE FOR TELEHEALTH SERVICES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT AND BUPRENORPHINE PRESCRIBING

Posted on May 19, 2020 

NEW YORK COVID-19 LEAVE LAWS

Posted on May 4, 2020

NEW PAID LEAVE LAWS AND REGULATIONS EFFECTIVE APRIL 1

Posted on April 10, 2020

Terminating Advisory Opinions is Fair Game for HHS

Law 360

New York State Releases 2014-2015 Work Plan

GT Alert

The Office of Inspector General Issues Multiple Guidance on Incentives

GT Alert

Pushing the Envelope – The Hidden Costs of Anthrax Exposure

Capital District Business Review

Employer Sponsorship Decides Liability for Recreational Activity

Capital District Business Review

Public Sector Labor and Employment Law (NYSBA Publication)

Contributing Editor

The Involuntarily Committed Patient’s Qualified Right to Refuse Psychotropics in New York

51 Albany Law Review 333

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

2006 – 2012

Clarkson University
Adjunct Faculty
Capital region Campus MBA Program
Business Law

 

1997 – 2010

Cornell University
Lecturer
School of Industrial and Labor Relations

 

1997-2000

Schenectady County Community College
Assistant Professor
Paralegal Program

 

1993-1996

Hudson Valley Community College|
Adjunct Faculty
Criminal Law

TRAINING

New York State Assembly & Senate

Sexual Harassment Training

EDUCATION

1985 – 1988

Albany Law School
Juris Doctorate
Cum Laude
Editor: Albany Law Review

 

1981 – 1985

Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Bachelor of Arts
Clinical Psychology