As the head of our Healthcare Practice Group, Matthew Shatzkes provides strategic counsel, regulatory insight, and corporate guidance to healthcare entities and tax-exempt organizations.
With a portfolio as diverse as the healthcare landscape itself, Matthew serves an array of clients, including hospitals, academic health centers, practitioners of various specialties, dentists, behavioral health providers and organizations within the healthcare ecosystem.
Matthew advises clients in connection with complex corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances. He routinely counsels clients on matters relating to corporate governance, fraud, waste and abuse, the corporate practice of medicine, licensure matters and other regulatory and compliance matters.
Matthew’s practice includes representation of healthcare providers and their business associates in the implementation of HIPAA compliance programs, OCR investigations, HIPAA Breach responses, and various cyber security and interoperability issues. He also has extensive experience in the healthcare technology area and assists clients in successfully navigating the risks and benefits of healthcare technology transactions. Matthew has developed broad experience with license, clinical, revenue cycle and other types of technology agreements.
In addition to his corporate acumen, Matthew provides pivotal guidance to emerging health IT companies, healthcare providers, vendors, and investors in the digital health sector. His proficiency in regulatory intricacies proves invaluable in shaping the landscape of telehealth and health technology products, ensuring compliance and security are seamlessly integrated.
Prior to joining Bochner PLLC, Matthew was a partner at an AM Law 50 law firm and was the Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel of a public biotech company.