Profile submitted by Thomas Babbo
American Health Lawyers Association (Member)
With more than 20 years of experience in the health care industry, Thomas J. Babbo provides advice and counsel to hospitals, physicians, and other health care professionals – with a particular focus on physician-hospital alignment models, clinical integration, accountable care, and value-based reimbursement issues. Mr. Babbo has assisted health care organizations in transactions, corporate matters, operations issues, litigation, and government investigations.
Before joining Hogan Marren Babbo & Rose, Ltd., Mr. Babbo was assistant general counsel for Advocate Health Care and served as legal counsel and corporate secretary for Advocate’s care management and health plan contracting joint venture, Advocate Physician Partners. While at Advocate, Mr. Babbo provided legal services in such areas as managed care contracting, antitrust and clinical integration, information systems and telecommunications, medical education and clinical research, and hospital and physician practice operations.
“The Legal Framework for Clinical Integration,” Texas Hospital Association Clinical Integration Task Force (2009).
“Clinical Integration: Lessons Learned (the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly),” American Health Lawyers Association (2008).
Loyola University (JD); Loyola University (B.A. in Philosophy & Classical Civilization)