Zubin is a member of the firm's Healthcare, Life Sciences & Education team. He represents leading hospital systems, public hospitals, and physician group practices in complex reimbursement, regulatory, and transactional matters. One of his practice areas is the development of and participation in Medicaid supplemental payment programs for hospitals and physicians in several states, including in Texas under the state’s Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver. He also represents providers in sale transactions, business entity formation and governance, and contracting arrangements and services agreements. On the regulatory side, he advises hospitals and providers on compliance with healthcare fraud and abuse regulations (Stark, the Anti-kickback statute, and the False Claims Act), federal provider-related donation and provider tax regulations, federal Medicaid managed care regulations, federal Medicare Advantage regulations and compliance program requirements, state laws governing the provision of charity care, and the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA). Additionally, Zubin has advised providers on state corporate law matters, Texas Medical Board certification, and federal tax issues affecting nonprofit, tax exempt organizations.
Prior to joining Husch Blackwell, Zubin worked in the commercial litigation group of a large international law firm. In this capacity he assisted in the defense of a healthcare insurance umbrella organization against allegations of federal antitrust violations. He also represented a healthcare revenue cycle management company in its defense against allegations that the company’s business practices violated EMTALA, HIPAA/HITECH, and federal and state deceptive trade practice and consumer protection laws. In addition, he represented Fortune 500 companies and private equity funds in large stakes commercial and mass tort litigation.
Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement
Healthcare Regulatory Counseling