Health law attorneys in Florida deal with disputes between patients, health care providers such as doctors and nurses, hospitals, private entities and government entities that pay for health care serves. Health care law involves local, state, and federal regulations. Health care law is defined to encompass medical law, contract law, medical malpractice, public health law and administrative law. Health care attorneys in Florida also resolve disputes with the transactional, operational and regulatory scheme between those that deliver health care services and the patients who seek treatment.
Florida Bar Board Certification in Health Law - Lawyers certified in Health Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of the law.
Under Rule 6-14.2, the term “health law” means legal issues involving "legal issues regarding the delivery of health care services." The definition also includes "federal, state, or local law, rules or regulations and health care provider issues, regulation of providers, legal issues regarding relationships between and among providers, legal issues regarding relationships between providers and payers."