Hank Creasy has counseled business leadership in a variety of industries and entrepreneurial endeavors, including advice on day-to-day operations and transactions, with an emphasis in the areas of general corporate and business law, regulatory compliance, governance, health care law, real estate law, banking law, commercial lending, trademarks and licensing, and information technology.

Hank has advised health care providers and health plans in the areas of general corporate matters; compliance and policies; HIPAA privacy and security; analysis of anti-kickback and self-referral issues; billing issues; physician-hospital integration; software and SaaS contracting; telemedicine; and vendor, consulting and management contracts.  Hank’s related transactional experience includes advising a manufacturer in the acquisition of a national consumer health care brand.

Hank has extensive experience in real estate purchases, sales, financing, development, construction, leasing, and land use for a wide variety of projects, such as health care facilities, commercial shopping centers, educational and corporate campuses, residential development, historic redevelopment, cell towers and recreational facilities.

Hank holds a Distinguished® Peer Review from Martindale-Hubbell®. He is listed as a top rated business and corporate attorney by Super Lawyers. Hank practiced law in Charlottesville, Va., for seven years prior to joining Edmunds & Williams in Lynchburg in 2003.  He came to Woods Rogers when the two firms merged in October 2016.

Hank and his wife, Susan, are Lynchburg natives who enjoy boating with their family on Smith Mountain Lake. Hank serves on the board of directors of HumanKind, a Lynchburg-area human services organization.

Affiliations

American Health Lawyers Association

Lynchburg Bar Association

Virginia Bar Association–Health Law Section Council, Member

Virginia State Bar 9th District Disciplinary Committee—Member; former Chair

HumanKind—Director

Thought Leadership

Seminars:

Virginia Bar Association: Health Law Section 12th Annual Virginia Health Care Practitioners’ Roundtable (October 2016)—Medicare Reimbursement Changes Panel “Provider-Based Billing”

Virginia Bar Association Health Law Section 11th Annual Virginia Health Care Practitioners’ Roundtable (October 2015)—Physician-Hospital Integration: CINs and ACOs

Article:

The New Generation of Electronic Health Records: What Health Apps Know About You, Co-author, Virginia Lawyer, June 2015

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