Alan H. Einhorn is of counsel and a health care business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. Alan represents provider networks, hospitals, clinics, practice groups and individuals in entity formation, reorganization, joint venture pursuits, consolidations, physician/hospital integration strategies, medical staff development and governance matters, disciplinary actions, and licensure. He also regularly advises clients on strategic, corporate compliance, tax exemption, and regulatory issues, and he advises hospital, network and business clients on a wide variety of telemedicine and related issues, including strategic and legal considerations associated with the development, implementation and scaling of telemedicine service offerings. Alan is a member of the Health Care Industry and Health Information Technology Teams. He is also co-chair of the Foley Health Care Industry Team’s Compliance and Operations Work Group.
Prior to joining Foley, Alan was a partner with Nixon Peabody LLP, where he established a strong practice in health care law.
Alan has authored numerous articles on health care topics and has spoken at numerous health care conferences and seminars.
Alan earned his law degree from Boston University School of Law and his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.
Affiliations and Professional Memberships
Alan was a member of the board of directors of the Massachusetts Health Council for 20 years, a member of the board of the National Perinatal Information Center, and a member of the National Board of Directors of the American Diabetes Association. Alan also served as chair of the board of the Eastern New England Region of the American Diabetes Association and as chairman of the board and long-time board and executive committee member of the American Diabetes Association’s Massachusetts Affiliate. Alan served as co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Health Law Section Steering Committee for two years and as chair and member of the Education Committee of the Boston Bar Association.
Alan is rated as AV Preeminent®, the highest performance rating of the Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review RatingsTM system. Alan’s professional recognitions have also included recognition for more than ten years by Chambers USA as a leading health care lawyer, selection for inclusion in the Massachusetts Super Lawyers® lists for many years, and selection for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© since 2010 in the field of Health Care Law. At Foley, Alan has been a recipient of the firm’s Lynford Lardner Community Service Award in recognition of his extensive volunteer work and civic involvement.
Alan has served on several key committees in his home-town of Brookline, Massachusetts, which committees evaluated, and then assisted with the development of mixed use housing in the Town; and he also served on the design review committee that oversaw and assisted with the development and implementation of a new 10 acre park in the Town on an abandoned reservoir site. A former captain of a 'top 10 in the nation' Division 1 college soccer team, Alan also served for 10 years as the president of the tax-exempt organization that operates the travel soccer program for the Town. During that time, Alan spear-headed successful efforts to raise several hundred thousand dollars, funds that were instrumental to the construction of two artificial surface soccer fields in the Town. Alan has also raised more than $1 million for the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge (“PMC”), a 2 day, 160+ mile bikeathon to support cancer research at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. It is the most successful athletic fundraiser of its kind in the world, having raised more than $750 million for the Dana Farber since the PMC’s inception in 1980. Alan is counsel to the event and has ridden in the event for 36 years.
Alan is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Washington, D.C.