The Healthcare Industry is poised to continue its rapid evolution. With this sector now making up close to 20 percent of GDP, our lawyers stand ready to help as changes unfold.

Issues such as rising healthcare costs, healthcare reform, data and privacy security, and innovations in healthcare delivery, device and pharmaceutical designs are forefront in the minds of many of our clients. We are here to guide our clients through the challenges and opportunities that arise in this dynamic industry.

Clients We Serve
  • Hospitals
  • Individual medical providers
  • Medical groups
  • Managed care organizations (MCOs)
  • Third-party administrators (TPAs)
  • Health information exchanges (HIEs)
  • Practice managers and administrators
  • Veterinary service providers and facilities
  • Insurance providers
  • Independent practice associations (IPAs)
  • Owners of healthcare assets
  • Imaging centers
  • Ambulatory surgery centers
  • Medical device and life science companies
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Extended and eldercare facilities

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Healthcare Speaking Engagements and Events

Top Ten Law Firm in Healthcare Industry by Corporate Counsel

Ranked fifth on list of top 10 healthcare industry law firms by Corporate Counsel

Best Lawyers®: HealthCare Law Since 2010

Kim Stanger: Health Care Law, Boise, 2010-present
Mary Ellen Scanlan: Health Care Law, Denver, 2013-present

Healthcare Lawyer in Chambers USA

Our attorneys who practice in the Healthcare Industry are consistently recognized by Chambers USA in their related practices: Blaine Benard - Litigation: General Commercial, Utah (2005-2019)

BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration

One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

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