- Business Law
- Privacy & Data Protection
- Start-up Companies
- Cloud Computing & Managed IT Services
- Media & Telecommunications
- Compliance for Risk Management
- Tax-Exempt Organizations
|University ||University of Rochester, B.A.|
|Law School||Boston University, J.D.|
|Admitted||1980, Massachusetts; 1981, New York|
American Bar Association
Boston Bar Association
Healthcare Financial Management Association
Health Information and Management Systems Society
David S. Szabo is a partner in the Business Law Department, and a member of the healthcare and privacy practice groups. He represents hospitals, integrated delivery systems, home care companies, and other healthcare service providers. He also represents healthcare information technology companies and life sciences companies.
David has extensive experience in healthcare licensing and regulation, reimbursement, fraud and abuse compliance matters, and the structuring of joint ventures. He regularly advises clients on Stark Law and Anti-Kickback compliance matters. His practice also includes the privacy and information security law applicable to healthcare providers, health plans, technology vendors, and other organizations. He advises non-profit organizations on general corporate matters, tax, and governance issues.
•David organized the first regional healthcare information exchange organization in Massachusetts, and recently helped it complete a merger to create a comprehensive health information exchange organization that serves the leading hospitals, health plans and medical groups in Massachusetts.
•David has assisted a leading healthcare system with key acquisitions of four hospitals and three ambulatory surgery centers.
•David has advised several Massachusetts hospitals on the development of hosted electronic medical record services for their employed and independent physicians. These projects included advice on Stark and HIPAA compliance, drafting information services agreements and negotiation of technology vendor agreements.
•David recently led an effort to organize a tax exempt organization dedicated to improving the health of a community though the use of health information technology.
•David advises hospital and their affiliated group practices on a wide variety of regulatory and corporate issues, including Stark law compliance. This includes the review of physician compensation plans, physician recruitment arrangements, and medical practice acquisitions.
•David oversaw the merger of two charities dedicated to promoting cancer research, to create a nationwide foundation dedicated to cancer research, advocacy and patient services.
Before Edwards Wildman
David started his legal career in a boutique law firm specializing in health care reimbursement and regulation. He subsequently developed his health law practice at a national law firm and a regional firm in Boston.
Besides Edwards Wildman
David served in Winchester Town Meeting for over a decade, and over the years has served on a variety of Town planning and financial committees. He is a director of the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium, and serves on its executive committee. In 2009 he was appointed by Governor Patrick to serve on the Commonwealth's Health Information Technology Council, which is charged with developing a statewide health information technology plan. He currently serves on a data release advisory committee for the Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance & Policy. He enjoys sailing, but doesn't get out on the water as much as he would like.
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Final Meaningful Use Regulations Published
Courtney Scrubbs,David S. Szabo,Michaela ("Kayla") Tabela, September 19, 2014
On September 4, 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) published in the Federal Register a final rule on meaningful use. Significantly, the...
Employer-Sponsored Health Plans and SEPT. 23 HIPAA DEADLINE: Time for a Tune Up?
Theodore P. Augustinos,Mark E. Schreiber,David S. Szabo, October 3, 2013
Self-insured employer health plans, whether administered by the sponsor or by a third party administrator (TPA), need to be in compliance with the amended HIPAA rules, effective September 23, 2013. That date has now passed and not all employers with self-insured plans are aware of their obligations...
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