Seufert Rechtsanwälte has a special Expert Group Health Care for the health law area. The team consists of lawyers specially qualified in medical law who have particular expertise in contract medical practitioners' law, and colleagues from employment and corporate law who also have major experience of the particular crossovers to health law.
Seufert Rechtsanwälte advise and represent all providers of services in health law and organisations in the health system, in particular pharmaceutical companies, hospital groups, individual convalescent and acute clinics of various specialities in private and public ownership as well as dentists and medical practices, corresponding outpatient group practices and chains of outpatient healthcare providers in all relevant legal areas.
Particular core areas in health law are:
Hospital planning – representation in and out-of-court in the context of inclusion in hospital planning, competition claims, advice in connection with the preparation of hospital plans, convalescent establishments, treatment agreements, promotion of hospitals, financing of hospitals – representation in remuneration questions with the funding institutions and in arbitration. Representation in approval proceedings and claims, admission under Sec. 30 Trade Regulation, agreements on integrated treatment, DME, participation and remuneration of hospitals in outpatient treatment, authorisations, establishment of medical treatment centres, psychiatric institutions outpatients, outpatient operation, doctors' employment agreements, consultant doctors' agreements, chief consultant agreements, cooperation agreements, patient agreements, elective benefits.
In and out-of-court representation in admission proceedings, in and out-of-court representation in remuneration issues (e.g. economic review), medical regress, contractual drafting of practice co-operatives, joint practices, cooperation agreements, medical care centres.
Foundation of medical care centres in the meaning of Sec. 95 Social Code V, acquisition and sale of dental and medical practices and practice co-operatives and chains. Establishment and structuring of cooperations between doctors and other health service providers, in particular the choice of legal form, and new forms of treatment.
Organisation questions on university medicine, approval and remuneration of university outpatients facilities.
Professional code of conduct, advertising law (HWG), competition law, further training.
Off-label use, hospital pharmacies