Operating a pharmacy is complicated. In addition to running an efficient and sustainable company, healthcare care business owners must comply with special regulations and laws. Healthcare is a highly regulated industry under state and federal law. Boesen & Snow can help to position your business for long-term success. From negotiating contracts with key stakeholders to draft policies and procedures and planning for growth, our attorneys can save you time, stress, and money while starting your pharmacy.
At Boesen & Snow, LLC, our team has more than 50 years of experience across several fields of law and business. The backgrounds of our legal team include pharmacy company leaders, business management, healthcare, and business audit law. We have worked in highly complex healthcare and pharmacy law cases nationwide.
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Our attorneys understand the complexities of managing and starting a pharmacy, wholesaler, or manufacturer because we’ve been where you are. We can walk you through every step of the process, helping your company be profitable and protecting it from liability.
Compliance, regulation, and licensure are not requirements that a business can become lax about after creating procedures. They must be maintained throughout the entirety of the pharmacy’s operation. Boesen & Snow is dedicated to helping owners overcome the unique challenges of operating a healthcare business. Whether you’re about to open your doors or are looking for ways to maximize profitability, you can count on our team of licensed healthcare professionals and business experts to become your most trusted advisors. Our experience with healthcare law and business operations makes us uniquely qualified to help you create a useful business that is profitable and protected from liability.
We will work with you to ensure you have the right accreditations, a highly trained team, and the proper systems in place. Get your business set up for success. Call Boesen & Snow today.
A pharmacy start-up attorney can help you ensure regulation compliance from the very beginning. It can sometimes be difficult to introduce measures and policies later in a business’s operation, and it leaves the company open to legal and financial liabilities. Starting any business is complex and difficult, and pharmacies have significantly more requirements than other businesses. A lawyer experienced in healthcare start-ups can help you manage the various regulatory needs of a pharmacy and help protect you and your business.
Opening a new pharmacy business is a complex undertaking. In addition to financing, scouting the right location, and training a team, you’ll need to secure the right licenses and permits at both the state and federal levels. Every pharmacy business is unique, from its structure to required regulations to the varying needs of investors. You need an attorney who can work with the structure and layout of the company you plan to create. An attorney can review the legal requirements of registration, licensure, and ensure the other parties you work with have the necessary credentials.
Established pharmacies should seek professional guidance to grow and prosper in an ever-changing industry. The daily operations of a pharmacy can be complex as laws and regulation continue to evolve. We can help.
Healthcare professionals require a significant number of contracts to operate a business. From the manufacturer, payor-provider, and shared services agreements, these legally binding documents should be professionally written and negotiated to protect your interests. Creating contract drafts that can be used throughout a business’s lifetime is essential, such as employee contracts, business transactions, non-competition agreements, and distribution agreements. Boesen & Snow is skilled in all areas of contract law, including disputes. We handle contract disputes with your company’s interests and reputation as a priority.
In order for a pharmacy to remain compliant, employees must be prepared and properly trained. A business needs to be properly licensed as well as pharmacists and pharmacy staff. When staff is more educated about regulation and the importance of compliance with state and federal laws, a business is less susceptible to legal or financial penalties.
Pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) audits are a frequent part of daily pharmacy operations. PBM audits and violations cost pharmacies thousands of dollars a year and can force honest business owners to close their doors. With a former PBM auditor on our team, Boesen & Snow is uniquely qualified to assess your business for red flags and train your team on compliance with payor contracts. Be prepared when auditors come knocking. Reach out now. We can help you prevent liabilities from the day you begin your business.
Before you make the decision to buy or sell a pharmacy, it’s imperative that proper research is conducted on areas including financials, building ownership, and staffing to ensure a smooth transaction. In addition to ensuring you have a valid and current license, you may need help dealing with the disposal of inventory and controlled substances, patient records, and applications. An attorney can help oversee and review the transition and negotiation during this process.
Before finalizing any agreements, the attorneys at Boesen & Snow Law will thoroughly examine your case and help you successfully plan for the future of your pharmacy business.
At Boesen & Snow, we are committed to helping you build and maintain a sustainable and profitable business. Our goal is to support you through each stage of your business journey, from the time you open your doors to the day you hand over the keys.
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The attorneys at Boesen & Snow have worked for years, both operating pharmacies and in pharmaceutical and healthcare law. It is our goal to use this experience to help build and grow your business. Get Expert Support
At Boesen & Snow, we’re not only on your side, but we’ve been in your shoes. Founding partner Mark Boesen has been a licensed pharmacist for the past 25 years. He understands and has experienced the challenges you face both from a regulatory and business perspective.
Running a healthcare business has its own set of unique challenges, and your business needs a legal team who specializes in overcoming those challenges. Boesen & Snow can help. Contact our team today.
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