Todd A. Rodriguez
Todd serves as co-chair of the firm’s Health Law Practice and has represented health care providers, including physicians, medical group practices, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, diagnostic testing facilities and other health care practitioners such as dentists, chiropractors and veterinarians for more than 20 years. He is a regulatory and transactional health care attorney who focuses on fraud and abuse compliance, Medicare Part B reimbursement, managed care, corporate and contracting issues, network development arrangements, joint venture structuring and implementation, health care business sales and acquisitions and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy issues.
Todd has extensive experience representing physicians and health professionals in all aspects of medical practice including employment arrangements, medical practice buy-ins/pay-outs, income division, practice mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiation and drafting, corporate governance and consulting on operational and business planning issues.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining the firm, Todd worked for a nationally recognized boutique regulatory health law firm.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Todd is a frequent speaker on health care topics at national and regional conferences, including the American Health Lawyers Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Health Law Institute and several medical society associations. He has frequently contributed to and been quoted by national and regional health care publications.
Webinar: Negotiating Your First Physician Employment Agreement
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Webinar: Selling Your Medical Practice to a Hospital: Legal and Practical Considerations
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The Physician Law Blog
Todd maintains a blog (http://physicianlaw.foxrothschild.com/) that can be used as a resource for current legal issues and news affecting physicians and other non-institutional health care providers. His blog provides updates on new legislation and legal issues relating to practice management, billing and coding, ancillary services, malpractice insurance, fraud and abuse developments and other important legal issues affecting physicians in their personal and professional lives.