Health Care

Robinson+Cole's cross-disciplinary team has the depth of understanding and experience necessary to provide legal counsel and represent clients in the health care industry. Our experience allows us to provide creative, sophisticated, and practical solutions to the problems facing a diverse health care community. We are sensitive to the impact that health industry dynamics have on our clients' decision making.

Our diverse portfolio includes health insurers, hospitals, long-term care facilities, provider networks, durable medical equipment suppliers, ambulatory surgical centers, physicians and other individual providers, home health care agencies, clinics, and outpatient facilities. To meet the needs of our firm's health care clients, our lawyers are active in several industry groups, including the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA), the Connecticut Health Lawyers Association (CHLA), and the Connecticut Health Council. Robinson+Cole comprises one of the state's largest core groups of focused health law lawyers, supported by lawyers from the firm's corporate, finance, tax, tax exempt organizations, emerging technologies, intellectual property, litigation, immigration, labor and employment, benefits, and real property practice areas. Robinson+Cole's Government Relations Group is also known throughout the region for its understanding of the issues facing health care entities.

    • News
      • March 19, 2019

        Les Levinson Quoted in Part B News Articles on 2018 and 2019 Health Care Predictions

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      • March 14, 2019

        Christine Bromberg and Les Levinson Named to Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards

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      • April 28, 2017

        R+C Attorneys Present an Update on Managed Care Litigation

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      • July 29, 2016

        Robinson+Cole Bolsters Health Law Practice with Two New Lawyers

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    • Publications + Presentations
    • "Les Levinson Quoted in Part B News Articles on Past and Future Health Care Predictions," published in Part B News (January 7, 2019)
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