Carter is an associate in the Corporate Practice Group in the firm's New York office and a member of the Healthcare Team.
Areas of Practice
Carter advises healthcare corporations on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and other corporate transactions. His representative work experience includes representation of private equity-backed healthcare provider and management organizations, nonprofit and for-profit health systems, academic medical centers, community hospitals, and post-acute and sub-acute providers such as home health and hospice providers, therapy providers, behavioral health providers, and senior living facilities.
Carter also provides regulatory guidance to hospital, health system and physician clients on a wide range of regulatory matters such as physician contracting, Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) compliance, corporate practice of medicine compliance, licensure and accreditation, and Medicare and Medicaid enrollment. In addition, he assists clients with identifying and addressing physician compensation arrangements that potentially implicate the Stark law, including self-disclosure of such arrangements to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Previously, Carter was a transactional associate in the New York office of an AmLaw 100 law firm with a nationally-recognized healthcare practice. Carter also has gained experience working in the legal departments of a Fortune 250 reinsurance company, a private university, and a privately-held grocery store chain operating in multiple states across the Midwest. While in law school, he was an editor of the Saint Louis University Law Journal.
Carter focuses on building and maintaining quality relationships with colleagues and clients in order to better understand their needs and project what issues their businesses might encounter in the future. He believes that interpersonal communication is the most important cornerstone to a quality working relationship.
- Law360, 06.01.2022