Health Care Administrative Law / Investigations

The health care industry is complex and highly regulated. In areas such as health care administrative law, health care investigations, and health care litigation it is critical that health care entities and professionals understand the factors that are transforming health care delivery and provider reimbursement toward affordable¬†care and related regulations. The shift toward cost containment beginning in the early 1970’s with the introduction of Professional Standards Review Organizations (PSRO) through today with the emerging implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has already, and will continue to have, significant impacts on health care entities, providers and consumers. Brian can help you make sense of how health care laws and regulations may affect your business. Brian graduated from the Institute for Health Law and holds a Master of Laws in Health Law.

Brian has represented individuals, providers and entities in the health care industry concerning:

  • Employment issues
  • Practice purchase and sales
  • Nursing home risk management issues
  • Reimbursement

As a graduate of the Institute for Health Law at Loyola University Chicago, Brian Battaglia can meet your health care law needs.

Health Care Administrative Law / Investigations


  • False Claims
  • Federal and State Health Care Investigations
  • Administrative and Civil Health Care Investigations
  • Health Care Litigation
  • Licensure and Disciplinary Representation
  • Zoning and Land Use for Health Care Facilities
  • Non-compete Agreements and Litigation Involving Health Care Professionals


In addition, Brian Battaglia’s experience in the employment and labor arena provides value to employers in the health care industry when dealing with the many issues and problems that can arise on any given day between employers and employees. Brian Battaglia can lend his experience to assist hospitals, physicians and other health care clients with regulatory matters, purchase and sales, workplace investigations, employment agreements, non compete agreements, confidentiality agreements, employment conflicts, litigation and employment mediation and related dispute resolution. Brian Battaglia is also available to represent health care clients in state and federal court, including hospitals, physician groups and individual providers.