Ryan Thurber brings a lifelong passion for health care to his work for clients at Polsinelli. Prior to joining Polsinelli, Ryan spent time working in human resources and the legal department of a major hospital system. In those roles, he worked to resolve a number of issues unique to health care, including the Stark law, Anti-Kickback Statute, HIPAA, and hospital/physician contracts. This experience gives him a deep understanding of the legal issues facing health care providers. Ryan's practice focuses on helping health care providers solve their legal challenges so they can continue to provide their patients with the very best care. He works with clients to navigate complex transactional matters and regulatory issues.
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