Winn has 15 years of experience representing hospital systems and physician practices and 22 years of experience as a tax lawyer. He serves as outside counsel to Midwest and Rocky Mountain hospitals and health systems on a daily basis regarding healthcare contracting, compliance, transactional and hospital/physician joint venture matters. Winn also has extensive experience with assisted residential living facility developments, financing, divestitures and joint ventures.
Winn advises healthcare providers and professionals on tax, nonprofit governance and antitrust matters, as well as Stark and anti-kickback compliance. He leverages decades of financial and legal experience for the benefit of clients in sophisticated financial and business strategies.
Among Winn's industry engagements are the following:
· Advised a large Midwestern hospital system during a four-year investigation by two federal agencies.
· Structured and completed breakup of large Midwestern ophthalmic physician practice into nine separate practices.
· Negotiated and completed numerous hospital/physician practice integrations.
Winn is a licensed certified public account and served for seven years as an adjunct professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. Winn moved to Denver after 20 years in the firm's Kansas City office to start the Denver office and served as its first Managing Partner.
Awards & Recognitions
· The Best Lawyers In America, Health Care Law, Tax Law, 2011-2014
· Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent
· Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers, Health Care, 2008-2009
Professional Associations & Memberships
· American Health Lawyers Association
· American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
· Alpha Nu Educational Foundation, President and Board of Directors
· Denver Chamber of Commerce, Healthcare Committee; Access Denver
· Foster Grandparent Program of Kansas City, Board of Directors
· Kansas City Tomorrow, Year XII Leadership Program
· Usher Mansion Historical Foundation, President and Board of Directors
· Represented a large Midwestern hospital system during a four-year investigation by the Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.
· Structured and completed breakup of large Midwestern ophthalmic physician practice into nine separate practices through 22 transactions closing simultaneously.
· Designed and executed restructuring of board governance and committee structures for two separate Midwestern hospital systems.
· Structured and negotiated more than two dozen ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) for hospitals and physicians.
· Negotiated and completed numerous hospital/physician practice integrations, with experience on both sides.
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