Bradley J. Sayles
Bradley J. Sayles is of counsel in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Nashville office and is an adjunct professor of law at Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Healthcare LLM program. His practice focuses exclusively on healthcare law, where he assists clients in navigating the highly regulated healthcare landscape to ensure they are compliant with state and federal laws and industry standards. He works with a wide range of providers, from large clinical laboratories, hospice and home health providers, DME suppliers, health systems, physician groups, and long-term care providers to small rural healthcare entities and individual practitioners. He advises clients in the areas of government enforcement, compliance, and general day-to-day operational matters, including those related to compliance with federal and state prescribing and privacy requirements.
Sayles advises clients with respect to government enforcement, compliance, healthcare fraud and abuse, and general day-to-day operational matters. He has extensive experience with state and federal regulatory compliance, including 340B, PSQIA, HIPAA, Conditions of Participation, and payment. He has worked with clients in responding to state and federal investigations; False Claims Act litigation, including alleged violations of federal healthcare program requirements, Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law, FDA misbranding, and off label use; and other matters, including compliance with federal and state prescribing and privacy requirements. Sayles was also heavily involved in Kentucky’s adoption of its 2012 “Pill Mill Bill.”