Timothy R. Loveland

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  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, JD, Dean’s List, Certificate in Health Law, Senior Editor, Annals of Health Law Journal, Senior Editor, International Law Review, 2013
  • American University, BA, Government Studies, cum laude, 2008
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  • Illinois

Tim primarily counsels healthcare clients on compliance and regulatory matters, including Anti-Kickback and Stark issues, medical director and co-management agreements, hospital and medical staff bylaw compliance, state licensure and certificate of need requirements, compliance program preparation and implementation, contract drafting, and post-acute development and reimbursement. 

Prior to joining the firm, Tim was a healthcare consultant.  As a consultant, he advised hospitals and health systems on matters of operations management and regulatory compliance and regularly led teams in the development and integration of new hospitals, freestanding EDs, and post-acute venues.  Tim also worked as a law clerk for the American Medical Association updating the California Medical Association’s physician compliance guidelines to ensure consistency with Affordable Care Act measures.

Timothy received his Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, along with a Health Law Certificate from Beazley Institute of Health Law & Policy. He also graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Government Studies, which he earned from the American University in Washington, D.C.

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Led regulatory team in the development and Joint Commission accreditation approval of several hospitals for large public healthcare corporation.

Drafted and negotiated a clinical co-management agreement for an orthopedic service group on behalf of a regional health system.

Drafted compliance plans and policies for multi-system hospitals and post-acute providers.

Led regulatory team in the development and integration of several post-acute venues for a large academic medical center, including a long-term acute care hospital, skilled nursing facility, and outpatient facility.

Co-author, "Ambulatory Surgical Center Lease Agreements," Lexis Practice Advisor, October 2017