For Providers

In his private practice and as in-house General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, John Little has assisted a wide variety of healthcare providers in the development and negotiation of hundreds of contracts and business transactions, from employment, management and professional service agreements to leases and asset acquisitions and divestitures.  He has represented healthcare provider buyers and sellers in matters of deal investigation, due diligence, negotiations and document preparation and has represented transaction parties to governmental licensure and certification agencies to help ensure proper changes of ownership and uninterupted reimbursement. Click here to view further information about John Little's experience representing healthcare providers in various business transactions. If you need legal assistance or representation concerning a pending business transaction in your practice, contact John Little, Attorney at Law, PC.
Licensed to practice law in 1997, John has served as a healthcare regulatory attorney, both in solo private practice and at the largest health care law firm practice in central Alabama. John has served as the General Counsel and Chief Privacy & Compliance Officer at a for-profit psychiatric healthcare provider with over 2,500 employees in 9 states and as the Chief Compliance Officer of a public healthcare provider with over $1 billion in annual revenue and 30,000 employees in 33 states. In addition to his law degree, John has a Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH), is board certified in healthcare compliance (CHC) and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). John has developed compliance programs for numerous healthcare providers and has rendered regulatory consulting and management services extensively in every area of compliance program operations, including board reporting, staff education, developing written guidelines, hotline investigations, auditing, corrective action, self-disclosure and employee discipline. Click here for more information about fraud and abuse issues. If you need assistance maintaining and enhancing your regulatory compliance program, contact John Little, Attorney at Law, PC.