Health Care on Bloomberg Law

No matter which area of the health care sector you work within, you’ll find key resources to help your practice. Get health care news as it breaks, and delve into the legal ramifications surrounding laws and regulations with expert analysis. Take your research further with a library of health care materials and hard-to-find documents, and more.



Remain informed on all the latest legal and regulatory developments with superior news coverage across the entire spectrum of health care sectors, from health insurance and hospital groups to life sciences and biotechnology. You’ll be able to rely on Bloomberg BNA’s established network of reporters to deliver the news you need, as it breaks, in publications like the Health Care Daily Report and the Health Law Reporter. No other resource offers such a level of complete health care news coverage.

In addition, Bloomberg Law enables you to explore all the nuance of health care law with expert analysis from thought leaders in the field. Health Law & Business Series Portfolios offer comprehensive exploration of a wide range of relevant topics, like health information privacy and security, insurance and taxation issues, and FDA regulation. All Portfolios feature practical guidance, author commentaries, practice tips, and working papers to help you transform knowledge into client guidance. In the growing area of health care transactions, practical guidance includes sample contract language, forms and checklists. Pair these with foundational treatises published by Bloomberg BNA and the Practicing Law Institute for a strong legal interpretive foundation.


Energize your legal research through an easy-to-use, easy-to-navigate platform. Bloomberg Law is unique in the marketplace because the information is organized by specialized practice areas in health law, including fraud and abuse, Medicare and Medicaid, pharmaceuticals and life sciences and other areas of interest. Took double period out This means that you’ll be able to narrow your research focus into the relevant practice area from the moment you sign into Bloomberg Law, saving time, resources, and most importantly, money.

Bloomberg Law also enables you to go further with your research, by providing you with a vast collection of primary source health care materials, including hard-to-find documents like the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Manuals along with a unique library of Health Care Fraud Settlements. Our vast compilation of federal and state primary source materials are kept up to date constantly, and most of our collections are fully searchable and easily accessed.


Enhance your understanding of the business context of the health law landscape with Bloomberg Law. With our Business Development Center, you will find detailed information about public health care companies sourced directly from the vast market data powered by Bloomberg.  In addition, Litigation Analytics help you identify trends, opportunities, and challenges in the health care sector and get access to the dockets behind complaints and cases. 

Plus, with tools like the Federal Health Care Regulatory Alert and the State Health Care Regulatory Alert, you’ll be able to keep close track of specific regulatory changes at every level of government. These essential resources cover the proposed and final regulations from 10 different federal agencies, as well as all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

You’ll also have access to practice tools that help you understand the subtle differences in legislative requirements across multiple jurisdictions. State Chart Builders allow for easy comparisons of state laws on everything from telemedicine to breach notification, while our Health Care Reform Advisor helps you ensure client compliance with the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.


Bloomberg Law portfolios are written by expert practitioners and feature deep-dive analysis and practice tools, such as checklists, sample client letters, forms and other supporting material, on a wide range of key legal topics. 

The Bloomberg Law Health Business Series Portfolios include:

  • ACA Implementation
  • ACOs and Other Provider Risk Sharing Organizations (Second Edition)
  • Corporate Practice of Medicine
  • Credentialing Strategies
  • False Claims Act: Health Care Applications and Defenses
  • Federal Anti-Kickback Law
  • Federal Self-Referral Law (Stark)
  • Health Care Fraud Enforcement & Compliance
  • Health Care Joint Ventures - Second Edition
  • Health Care Mergers & Acquisitions: The Antitrust Perspective
  • Health Care Mergers and Acquisitions: The Transactional Perspective - Second Edition
  • Health Care Networks and Managed Care: Antitrust Aspects
  • Health Care Worker Classification
  • Health Information Privacy & Security
  • Health IT: Emerging Landscape, Legal Issues and Opportunities
  • Life Sciences Compliance: A Pre-Market and Post-Market Road Map
  • Medical Practice Consolidation
  • Medicare Appeals: Practice and Procedure
  • Navigating the Telehealth Landscape:  Legal & Regulatory Issues - Second Edition
  • Payments for Hospital Services Under Medicare Parts A and B
  • Tax-Exempt Financing for Health Care Organization
  • Tax-Exempt Status of Health Care Organizations
  • The Emergency Treatment and Liability Act
  • The Regulation and Management of Clinical Research
  • Unrelated Business Income Tax Issues in Health Care