Brown, Goldstein & Levy counsels a wide variety of health care organizations, helping them to navigate the complexities inherent in the heavily regulated health care industry. We represent community-based mental health and addiction service providers, organizations that provide housing and support services to individuals with developmental disabilities, senior care providers (including nursing homes and assisted living), and providers of personal home care and durable medical equipment. In representing these entities, the firm often serves as proactive general counsel.
Our attorneys provide aggressive legal defense to health care entities facing federal or state government audits, including civil or criminal claims of Medicaid fraud. We also have extensive experience representing health care entities and individual health care practitioners, such as nurses, physicians, and dentists before professional licensure boards.
For ten years, Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum served as an Assistant Attorney General at the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH), giving her the insight, experience, and relationships with regulators that allow her to counsel and defend health care providers effectively in actions involving licensure and regulatory compliance.