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Cheryl Camin Murray is a shareholder in Winstead's Healthcare Industry Group as well as the Corporate Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. Her practice focuses on healthcare matters, advising providers, financial institutions and businesses on entity formation and structural, contractual and regulatory healthcare issues.

Cheryl's experience includes counseling clients on fraud and abuse, illegal remuneration, HIPAA, the HITECH Act, and Stark Law matters, as well as compliance with other state and federal health laws. She speaks and trains clients on technology, privacy and security, and HIPAA compliance. Cheryl has authored and co-authored numerous publications on health law compliance and e-health issues.

Representative Experience

  • Represents hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physicians and physician groups, chiropractors, pharmacies, co-payment assistance companies, employers, third party administrators, alliances, wellness companies, home health companies, assisted living facilities, nursing facilities, medical device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, and various other healthcare entities, businesses and financial institutions on business transactions, as well as regulatory, contractual, legislative and administrative law issues.
  • Represents hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and other healthcare providers in joint venture transactions.
  • Prepares privacy and security policies and procedures for healthcare facilities and other providers as well as business entities.

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