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Heman A. Marshall III is among the most respected attorneys focusing on the ever-changing field of health care law.
He provides counsel and guidance to a broad range of hospitals, hospital systems, clinics, physician group practices, individual physicians, long-term care facilities and other health care providers. He also provides advice and counseling to health care and general business clients in all aspects of federal and state antitrust laws and regulations, including their impact on mergers and acquisitions, pricing arrangements, distribution methods, IPA and PHO operations and Trade association activities.
His areas of concentration provide clients with a broad perspective not just in health-related industries but in complex areas of federal and state regulatory schemes such as Stark II, state and federal anti-kickback laws, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement issues, managed care negotiations, physician hospital contracting, Accountable Care organizations, ACOs, HIPAA/HITECH, and mergers and joint venture efforts.
In addition, he has guided health care clients in professional licensure actions, professional staff and managed care credentialing issues, certificate of public need questions and all other major areas of health care law.
His general corporate and antitrust expertise adds value in areas such as structuring ancillary activities among health care providers, and his antitrust experience enables him to address the antitrust aspects of physician independent practice associations, hospital physician organizations, marketing and distribution aspects of health care systems, issues related to ACOs and other similar cases.
He has served as the chairman of the firm’s Health Law Practice group since its inception, and was the initial chairman of the Virginia Bar Association Health Law Section. He also has served as chair of the Virginia State Bar Health Law Section and the Virginia State Bar Antitrust, Franchise and Trade Regulations Section, and is currently a member of the Governing Counsel of the Virginia Bar Association Health Law Section.
Heman has lectured extensively to attorneys and health care professionals on numerous topics. His published works include a chapter in the ABA publication The Managed Care Experience and a chapter in the Aspatore series Inside the Minds entitled “Health Care Deal Considerations and Strategies.”
He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America under the category of Health Care Law for more than a decade and Antitrust. He has also been listed for a number of years in “Virginia’s Legal Elite”, Virginia’s Super Lawyers and numerous Who’s Who publications including Marquis’ Who’s Who in American Law. He is a Fellow of both the Virginia Bar Foundation and the American Bar Foundation.
From 1995-2002, he served as president and/or chairman of the firm.
He graduated with high distinction from the University of Virginia and received his law degree from its law school.
Heman’s volunteer activities include the Taubman Museum of Art, Bradley Free Clinic, Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Advisory Board of the Roanoke Small Business Development Center. He is a recipient of the Virginia Governor’s Award for Volunteering Excellence for his efforts with the Bradley Free Clinic’s major capital campaign.
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|VA||Authorized to practice law||1975||03/11/2014|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Super Lawyer||Virginia Super Lawyers||2011|
|Best Lawyer, Health Care||Best Lawyers in America||2011|
|Legal Elite||Virginia Business Magazine||2010|
|Governor's Award for Volunteering Excellence||Governor's Award for Volunteering Excellence||1988|
|Principal||Woods Rogers, PLC||1975 - Present|
|Managing Partner||Woods Rogers, PLC||1995 - 2001|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Virginia Bar Association||Member, Health & Law Section Council||2006 - Present|
|Virginia Bar Association||Board of Governors||2002 - 2003|
|Virginia Bar Association||Chair, Law Practice Management Division||2002 - 2003|
|Virginia Bar Association||Executive Committee||1999 - 2001|
|Virginia Bar Association||Chair, Health Law Section||1992 - 1994|
|Virginia State Bar||Chair, Board of Governors, Antitrust Section||1989 - 1990|
|Virginia State Bar||Chair, Board of Governors, Health Law Section||1988 - 1989|
|American Bar Association||Fellow||N/A|
|Virginia Law Foundation||Fellow||N/A|
|American Bar Association||Antitrust Section and Health Law Section||N/A|
|Roanoke Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|American Health Lawyers Association||N/A||N/A|
|E-Alert||It's Time to Turn Up the HEAT on Your Compliance Program!||2012|
|259 Va. 785, 529 S.E.2d 313, 2000 WL 429444, , Va., April 21, 2000(Record No. 990891.)||Caudill v. County of Dinwiddie||2000|
|Va., 103 F.3d 351, 1996 WL 741803, 65 USLW 2451, Fed. Sec. L. Rep. P 99,379, 36 Fed.R.Serv.3d 1500, , C.A.4 (Va.), December 31, 1996(No. 96-1010.)||Gasner v. Board of Sup'rs of the County of Dinwiddie||1996|
|University of Virginia School of Law||Law||J.D||1975|
|University of Virginia||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1972|
|Conference||How Virginia Physicians Make Money Now and Under Health Care Reform||2012|
|The Generic Time Bomb||Genetic Non-Discrimination Information Act (GINA)||2011|
|Leadership Summit||Transforming Director's Involvement||2011|
|IRHA Annual Meeting||Accountable Care Organizations - What Do You Need to Know Now?||2011|
|Continuing Education||Impact of Health Care Reform on Physicians||2011|
|Breach Notification and Meaningful Use Seminar||The New HIPAA Audits||2011|
|New Developments in Breach Notification and Meaningful Use||Plan to Comply with HITECH||2010|
|Health Care Reform||Impact of Health Care Reform on Employers and Healthcare Providers||2010|
|How is FACTA Impacting You?||Medical Identity Theft||2009|
|HIPAA Regulations||HIPAA Security Compliance in HITECH and FACTA Era||2009|
|American Recovery and Reinvestmetn Act||Impacts of the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act||2009|