Stinson Leonard Street is Minnesota Hospital Association's Associate Member of the Year
Stinson Leonard Street LLP has received the 2014 Associate Member of the Year Award from the Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA). Dan McInerney, a partner in the firm's Health Law Division, accepted the award on behalf of the firm at an awards ceremony held at the Metropolitan Ballroom in Minneapolis on April 25.
The MHA’s Associate Member of the Year Award honors an associate member that provides added benefits to the overall MHA membership while helping advance the advocacy efforts of the association. The MHA highlighted Stinson Leonard Street’s experience representing all types of clients in the health care industry including physicians, hospitals, multi-hospital systems, health plans, long-term care providers, health insurance companies and health-related trade associations.
"Stinson Leonard Street is proud to support the MHA and honored to receive this recognition for our role in assisting the MHA and this important sector in the health care industry," said Jack Breviu, chair of Stinson Leonard Street's Health Law Division. "Dan McInerney, Sara Noel, Blake Schofield and all of our health law attorneys have established strong ties to Minnesota hospitals through the course of representing them in major transactions, joint ventures, litigation or other legal matters involving their daily operations."
Stinson Leonard Street's Health Law attorneys provide legal counsel concerning operational, compliance, regulatory and growth issues. The firm represents all types of health care entities, including hospital systems, health plans, pharmacy benefit managers, medical device manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies.
For more information about the award, visit: www.mnhospitals.org/about/mha-awards.
About Minnesota Hospital Association
The Minnesota Hospital Association works to provide Minnesota hospitals with the resources, best practices and guidance to provide high quality, affordable service and support to Minnesota’s residents and communities. For more information about the MHA, visit www.mnhospitals.org.