John T. Soshnik

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John T. Soshnik
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4200 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.6207
F 612.371.3207
Michelle M. Baker
T 612.371.3913
  • Minnesota

John Soshnik represents health care clients on a broad range of transactional and regulatory matters. His clients include hospitals, physician groups, health systems, health care professionals and licensed entities, managed care organizations, third party administrators, wellness service providers, disease management companies, medical device companies, and technology companies. John has significant experience representing buyers and sellers in the acquisition of single-specialty and multi-specialty physician groups.

He also has experience regarding fraud, abuse, regulatory and compliance issues; health care technology; health information and financial data security; the integration of health care benefits; accountable care organizations; and coordinated care delivery innovations. John has deep experience in all aspects of HIPAA privacy issues (and their state law counterparts), including breach response, contract negotiation, and HIPAA policies and procedures.

Awards & Recognition
  • North Star Lawyer, Minnesota State Bar Association (2015)
  • Minnesota Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2008, 2009, 2010)
  • Minnesota Lawyer “Up & Coming Attorney” (2007)
  • Humphrey Institute Policy Fellow (2009-2010)
Experience
  • Advised a national wound care company on a variety of regulatory and transactional matters.
  • Represented a North Dakota hospital and health system when it merged with a large not-for-profit health system headquartered in the Dakotas.
  • Advised numerous providers, business associates and health plans on all aspects of HIPAA privacy and security and state health care privacy laws.
  • Advised a rural Minnesota hospital in its merger with a Minnesota-based integrated health system that serves patients in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and Idaho.
  • Represented a 23-physician cardiovascular practice group in an acquisition by an Idaho hospital system.
  • Counseled providers with regard to responding to HIPAA breaches.
  • Advised an Oklahoma hospital system in the acquisition of a 42-physician cardiovascular practice group.
  • Advised a national healthcare company with respect to the development and operations of a coordinated healthcare arrangement intended to qualify as an ACO under federal health reform legislation.
  • Counseled a 17-physician Maryland cardiology practice in an acquisition by a D.C. health system.
  • Represented a rural Midwestern health system in developing a joint venture with a medical imaging company.
  • Advised a national managed care company in its co-branded product development and marketing agreement with a non-profit PHO serving Eastern Pennsylvania.
  • Represented a hospital system in the acquisition of a 90-physician multi-specialty group.
  • Assisted an international LASIK provider establish facilities throughout the United States.
  • Advised healthcare providers and vendors regarding telemedicine and video-health technology service arrangements.
  • Negotiated a Minnesota hospital’s acquisition of a primary care physician group practice.
  • Represented hospitals and provider groups in contract negotiations with electronic health record (EHR) vendors and compliance with “meaningful use” requirements.
  • Advised covered entities and business associates on the amendment of HIPAA business associate agreements; drafted and negotiated amendments and related tools.
  • Advised a Midwestern hospital system in the settlement of a qui tam action involving allegations of violation of the Stark law.
  • Represented a national bank in its acquisition of an HSA portfolio.
  • Advised a national managed care organization in the expansion of its national provider network.
  • Counseled healthcare companies hosting personal health records (PHRs) with respect to technology and licensing issues, FTC breach notification requirements under ARRA, applicability of HIPAA privacy and security law and state health and financial information privacy laws.
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  • Minnesota
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Memberships

  • Minnesota State Bar Association, Health Law Section, Member
  • American Health Lawyers Association, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member
4200 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.6207
F 612.371.3207
Michelle M. Baker
T 612.371.3913
  • William Mitchell College of Law (now Mitchell Hamline School of Law)

    (J.D., magna cum laude, 2000)

  • University of Minnesota

    (B.S., 1987)

  • Minnesota

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