Cohen, Amen Present on Health Care Transactions at Nebraska Bar Association’s 2017 Annual Health Law SeminarNews | July 25, 2017
Kutak Rock attorneys Robert Cohen and Steve Amen gave a presentation about health care transactions at the Nebraska Bar Association’s 2017 Annual Health Law Seminar on Thursday, July 27, 2017. Their presentation covered forms of integration between hospitals and physician practices, between two or more health systems, and between hospitals and ancillary providers, as well as structuring considerations, key terms of an acquisition agreement and negotiation points, critical aspects of the due diligence process and key terms of joint venture agreements involving hospitals, physicians and/or specialty provider companies.
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Bob Cohen, a partner in the firm’s Omaha office, focuses on health care transactions, particularly those involving hospitals and physician practices. Mr. Cohen has served as lead transaction counsel in multiple hospital-physician joint ventures, practice integrations, co-management arrangements, clinically integrated networks and ACOs. He also has represented parties in transactions involving the acquisition and/or merger of hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers and many other types of health care providers as well as joint ventures and affiliations between hospital systems.
Steve Amen, a partner in the firm’s Omaha office, represents buyers and sellers in merger and acquisition transactions of both private and public companies, with a particular focus on representing hospitals, physician groups and other health care-related businesses in these types of transactions. He has substantial experience in structuring and negotiating merger and acquisition transactions involving hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers and other types of health care providers.