David R. Melloh

Partner
David R. Melloh
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4200 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.3943
F 612.371.3207
Eleanor T. Davis
T 612.752.1059
  • Minnesota

David Melloh has advised healthcare providers such as hospitals and integrated delivery systems, physician group practices, surgery centers, and dental group practices for his entire career. He has developed a national reputation in hospital-physician integrations, health system acquisitions, as well as ACOs, clinically integrated networks and other provider organizations designed to share economic risk and furnish high-quality healthcare services. David has closed over 100 healthcare transactions in more than 30 states.

David devises strategies to solve complex problems and ensure compliance with applicable laws (including the Stark and anti-kickback statutes) while helping his clients meet business objectives.

David regularly speaks on healthcare transactional and regulatory matters. He is a regular presenter at American College of Cardiology, American Health Lawyers Association, and other national conferences.

Awards & Recognition
  • Best Lawyers in America - Minneapolis Health Care Law "Lawyer of the Year" (2014)
  • Best Lawyers in America (2011, 2017)
  • Minnesota Super Lawyers
  • Minnesota Physician – Top Health Care Attorneys
  • Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating: AV
  • Minnesota Business – “Business Partners Dream Team – Health Care” 
Experience
  • Completed consolidation of Dakotas-based regional health system with a 350-bed tertiary care hospital, including developing an Affiliation Agreement, negotiating the resolution of governance issues and obtaining antitrust and other governmental approvals.
  • Successfully negotiated settlement with the HHS Office of Inspector General of a False Claims Act matter for a multi-state home care agency.
  • Advised New Mexico hospital on Stark compliance issues, including CMS self-disclosure protocol.
  • Developed ACO for regional Minnesota health system.
  • Counsel to largest integrated health system in Michigan on major provider initiative.
  • Advised health care private equity firms on transactional and regulatory matters for portfolio companies, including hospital outsourcing providers.
  • General counsel to one of the nation's largest independent dental practices, including in acquisition and regulatory matters.
  • Implemented quality- and efficiency-focused service line management arrangements between several Nebraska hospitals and medical staff physicians.
  • Led acquisition by health care private equity firm of multi-state eating disorder clinic.
  • Advised 15-facility Southwestern health system on specialty physician acquisitions.
  • Developed “heart institute” for a major Connecticut-based academic medical center utilizing a "PSA model" structure.
  • Developed a hospital-physician imaging-services joint venture for a Montana hospital, including extensive analysis of Medicare reimbursement and tax-exemption issues.
  • Principal counsel on the acquisition by a tax-exempt integrated health system of an Upper Midwest practice of more than 100 physicians, including an 80-bed hospital owned by the physicians.
  • Lead counsel in the sale of a 90-physician multi-specialty group to a Minnesota hospital system.
  • Developed and implemented a leading-edge cardiovascular services management venture between Texas cardiologists and a major regional hospital.
  • Lead counsel in the sale of California HMO with more than one million members.
  • Completed the purchase for a large Dakotas-based hospital system of a 20-physician practice, including ASC, lab, and real property holdings.
  • For a large group of Rocky Mountain orthopedic surgeons, restructured an ASC venture to comply with the anti-kickback “safe harbor.”
  • Lead counsel in the acquisition of a Montana hospital and surgery center for a multi-state integrated system.
  • For a Virginia hospital system, orchestrated the implementation of an endoscopy-lab joint venture, including developing the transaction structure and completing a comprehensive legal and regulatory analysis.
  • Advised 50 physicians on structuring issues relating to an ASC limited partnership, including negotiating extensively with a national surgery center management company.
Media & Presentations
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Publications
01.01.13
The Healthcare Executive's Guide to Physician-Hospital Alignment, Contributor
Admissions
  • Minnesota
Professional & Community

Memberships

  • Hennepin County Bar Association, Member
  • Minnesota State Bar Association, Health Law section, Past Chair
  • American Health Lawyers Association, Member
4200 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.3943
F 612.371.3207
Eleanor T. Davis
T 612.752.1059
  • Vanderbilt Law School

    (J.D., Vanderbilt Law Review, Order of the Coif, 1987) 

  • University of Minnesota

    (M.A., 1984)

  • Carleton College

    (B.A., 1982)

  • Minnesota

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