Logan is an experienced health care attorney and provides counsel to providers across the spectrum of care on a wide variety of regulatory, litigation, transactional and government relations matters.
Logan counsels and consults with hospitals, health systems, medical practices, nursing homes, home care agencies and other health care providers on federal and state statutory and regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensure, reimbursement and operational matters. He is equally comfortable in the contexts of day-to-day operations, strategic planning/business development, special projects, risk management, and emergent issues. Well-versed with the regulatory requirements for DOH, OMH, OPWDD, and OASAS programs, Logan is very familiar with the operations of Article 28 facilities and Article 36 agencies, including Certificate of Need. In addition, he regularly provides counsel on institutional licensure, certification and accreditation matters, as well as issues relating to professional practice.
Logan has a particular affinity for advising clients on Medicare and Medicaid issues, including enrollment, cost reporting, exclusions, and compliance with requirements such as provider-based status. He has advised clients on a variety of complex reimbursement issues, including the Ambulatory Patient Group methodology, the Medicaid Upper Payment Limit calculation, graduate medical education, and long term care rate disputes. Logan played an active role in the formation of a Medicare ACO, including drafting the compliance plan and participating provider agreements.
A specialist on fraud and abuse issues, Logan frequently advises on Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute compliance, including assessing and designing affiliations to comply with these laws. He reviews, drafts and negotiates a variety of contracts, including physician employment, vendor, and professional service agreements, as well as space and equipment leases. He regularly reviews and negotiates Medicare/Medicaid managed care and IPA contracts on behalf of providers, and has advised clients on compliance and disputes under those agreements.
Logan advises providers on government enforcement issues, including OMIG, MFCU, OIG, CMS and DOJ audits, investigations, self-disclosures and administrative proceedings. He has worked on cases before the HHS Departmental Appeals Board, CMS Provider Reimbursement Review Board, and the NYS Department of Health. Additionally, he is experienced in other facets of health and medical litigation, including medical staff discipline issues (under NYS Article 28 and the federal HCQIA), government disputes (Article 78 proceedings and other judicial appeals), and fraud (white collar criminal defense and False Claims Act/qui tam litigation).
Prior to joining Bond, Logan was an associate at a regional law firm in upstate NY. He served as outside compliance counsel to an integrated delivery system and spent 15 months on a part-time in-house assignment at an academic medical center.