Edward J. Krill
TEL: (202) 310-5567
FAX: (202) 310-5555
2020 K Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20006
Ed Krill has been practicing business law with a focus on health care and hospitals for more than 35 years. He helps clients find solutions to regulatory and contractual problems that make business sense and that avoid litigation and protracted controversy.
Ed counsels healthcare providers and professionals on a variety of issues, including credentialing and accreditation standards, licensure, discipline, labor and employment matters, structuring for succession, and the buying and selling of practices and interests in practices. He is well-versed in Medicare regulations, ERISA, and managed-care arrangements such as HMOs, PPOs, and IPAs. Ed assists physicians and hospitals with regulatory compliance, sanctions, and the continuous changes in U.S. health policy and regulation.
- Obtained a favorable licensure outcome for a practitioner who had violated narcotics laws.
- Fought a Medicare audit demand for repayment of $1.4 million by a physician, resulting in no repayment at all.
- Worked out an agreement for sharing services between two large, competing medical centers.
- Developed a plan and corresponding agreements for adding partners to a professional practice.
Before joining Carr Maloney, Ed served from 1982 to 1991 as in-house counsel for the Washington Hospital Center (WHC) and MedStar. While at WHC, Ed was responsible for legal services arising from contracts between physicians and the hospital, reimbursement issues, employment and union matters, managed-care contracts and coding, and the reorganization of revenue-generating patient activities of physician employees.
Ed has served as special counsel to Walter Reed Army Medical Center, assisting in establishing its third-party billing and collection program. He has counseled a number of physicians in selling their practices, forming partnerships, negotiating business agreements, complying with Medicare billing requirements and limitations on referral income, and maintaining relations with managed-care plans.
In 1978, Ed was selected as attorney for the Center for Health Sciences of the University of Wisconsin and returned to his home state to address the legal issues of the university’s teaching hospital, medical faculty practice plan, health research, and federal grant funding. Ed has also served as the Washington, DC, legislative representative of the Catholic Hospital Association.
- Author, “Labor Department Announces Massive Changes To Overtime Regulations,” Carr Maloney’s Legally Speaking, July 2016
Ed is a frequent speaker on health law topics at seminars and taskforce meetings of the American Health Lawyers Association, District of Columbia Hospital Association, and Academy of Medicine of Washington, DC. He is also a founding member of the American Society of Hospital Attorneys.
OUTSIDE THE OFFICE . . .
Ed enjoys fishing, boating, hunting, and outdoor photography. He is a creative cook who rarely uses a recipe.
District of Columbia
Law Center, JD
Marquette University, BA
American Society of Hospital Attorneys, Founding Member
Academy of Medicine of Washington, Director, Treasurer
American Bar Association, Health Law Section