Wallis S. Stromberg engages in a diverse health law practice, including the representation of physicians, hospitals, provider networks and other health care providers. Mr. Stromberg’s representation of clients has included advice on contracting, the organization, sale and acquisition of their businesses, employment matters, financing transactions, recruitment, joint venture, compliance with Medicare Fraud and Abuse and Stark laws, multi-disciplinary practices, antitrust concerns, collaborative care models, and other operational matters.
Mr. Stromberg is a frequent lecturer on health law issues for continuing education programs, professional organizations, and health care provider groups. He is a member of the American, Colorado, and Denver Bar Associations, the American Health Lawyers Association, and Medical Group Management Association, and is a former chair of the Health Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association. He has been selected for inclusion in Colorado Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters, was named in The Best Lawyers in America® in health law for several years, and was named among 5280’s Top Lawyers in the area of Health Law.
University of Michigan, J.D., 1973
University of Michigan, B.A., 1970
Some of Mr. Stromberg’s recent projects included:
Twelve DGS attorneys have been recognized as 5280 Top Lawyers. The list, which published January 1, is made up of approximately 350 area attorneys and is based on a peer-review process and the magazine’s own research. 5280 distributes 85,000 copies per issue, far surpassing any other Colorado magazine.
A panel discussion about how Colorado's healthcare sector is planning for and adjusting to the shift from payment for volume to payment for value.
Forty-eight Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP attorneys have been recognized as 2014 Colorado Super Lawyers or Rising Stars, which is published by Thomson Reuters. The listing will be featured in The Denver Post and Colorado Super Lawyers.
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Forty-six Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP attorneys have been recognized as 2013 Colorado Super Lawyers or Rising Stars, which is published by Thomson Reuters. The listing will be featured in The Denver Post on March 31 and in the April issues of 5280 Magazine and Colorado Super Lawyers.
Forty-five DGS attorneys were named Best Lawyers® by publisher Woodward/White, Inc. in its annual guide recognizing legal excellence.
40 Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP attorneys have been recognized as 2012 Colorado Super Lawyers or Rising Stars, which is published by Thomson Reuters. The listing will be featured in the April issues of 5280 Magazine and Colorado Super Lawyers.
Colorado HFMA Compliance conference
Thirty-eight DGS attorneys, including nearly half of the firm’s partners, were named Best Lawyers® by publisher Woodward/White, Inc. in its annual guide to legal excellence. The 2012 edition of The Best Lawyers in America is based on a peer-review survey in which more than 39,000 leading attorneys comment on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas. Corporate Counsel magazine has called Best Lawyers® “the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice.”
Colorado Healthcare Association for Human Resource Management Seminar
Colorado HFMA Compliance Conference
The newly announced, 2011 edition of the Best Lawyers in America ranks Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP first in Colorado-based law practices for corporate governance and compliance law, environmental law, mergers and acquisitions law, natural resources law, oil and gas law and securities law. This year Best Lawyers recognizes 36 DGS attorneys, including 13 who have been named to the list for at least 10 years. Nearly half (46 percent) of DGS partners are recognized in the definitive guide to legal excellence, in addition to several attorneys of counsel to the firm. Best Lawyers is a peer-review survey of more than 39,000 in-house counsels and private practice attorneys.
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As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (the “Recovery Act”), Congress directed the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) to issue rules requiring certain entities to notify consumers if there has been a breach in the security of their personal health information.
The 2010 edition of the Best Lawyers in America ranks Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP first in Colorado-based attorneys practicing in the areas of commercial litigation, corporate governance and compliance law, environmental law, natural resources law, oil & gas law and securities law.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a press release on July 29, 2009, announcing another three-month delay in its enforcement of the Red Flags Rule.
Please take note of the following scam alert issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). CMS has become aware of a scam where perpetrators are sending faxes to physician offices posing as the Medicare carrier or Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC).
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Combating Medical Identity Theft: Compliance for Healthcare Providers
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will delay enforcement of the “Red Flags” Rule until August 1, 2009, providing physicians’ offices and hospitals with an additional three months to implement written identity theft prevention programs.
In just a few weeks, on May 1, 2009, many healthcare providers will be required to comply with new Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") regulations aimed at reducing identity theft (the "Red Flag Rules" or the "Rules"). The Rules apply broadly to any "creditor" that maintains "covered accounts."
Tucked away in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (the “Act,” commonly referred to as the “Stimulus Bill”) are significant changes to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA"). Considering the magnitude of these changes, they flew through Congress with surprising clandestineness.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Final Physician Fee Schedule for Calendar Year 2009 (2009 MPFS) was released on October 20, 2008, and published in the Federal Register on November 18th. The 2009 MPFS includes final regulations regarding Medicare payment limitations for certain reassigned diagnostic tests.
American Health Lawyers Association
It is unlawful for a an officer or employee of any local or regional board of health, or the Department of Public Health and the Environment to accept any gift, remuneration, or other consideration, directly or indirectly, for incorrect or improper performance of his or her board duties.
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The Colorado Lawyer
This article addresses physicians’ delegation of medical services to unlicensed individuals pursuant to CRS § 12-36-106(3)(l). It covers Board of Medical Examiners Rules regarding such delegation and clarifies that other non-physician health care providers provide services pursuant to separate legal authority.
Yu Stromberg Cleveland, P.C.
In many of today’s highly competitive industries, information and knowledge truly represent power in the marketplace. Of course, to unleash the power and profitability of the information, employers often must impart proprietary information and knowledge to their employees. In order to insulate proprietary information from business competitors, employers frequently attempt to protect their competitive business advantages by requiring their employees
to sign employment contracts containing covenants not to compete, non-disclosure provisions,
and non-solicitation provisions.
American College of Physician Executives
In this chapter, our attention will turn to some key provisions in capitation contracts on which the physician leader should focus his or her attention. In earlier sections, the nature of risk taking, the meaning of capitation, and various approaches to capitation have been discussed. Now we will look at converting these concepts into a workable contract.