Ben Wilson is an associate in the health care and public finance groups at Ropes & Gray. Ben's practice focuses on providing transactional, health care regulatory, and general corporate counsel. He regularly represents health care, higher education, and other nonprofit institutions in financing transactions, and also serves as underwriters' counsel, bond counsel, and disclosure counsel in connection with tax-exempt and taxable financings. Prior to joining the firm, Ben was an attorney at Health Law Advocates, representing low-income Massachusetts residents seeking access to health care.
- Transactions. Representing health systems, hospitals, universities, medical schools, physician practices, and other nonprofit organizations in affiliations, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings.
- Finance. Representing nonprofit organizations in a wide array of corporate finance matters, including public offerings, bank direct purchases, and commercial debt arrangements.
- Medicare and Medicaid. Resolving complex Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, coverage, and payment issues, as well as representing health care organizations in appeals of overpayment determinations, including those involving extrapolated overpayments.
- Managed Care. Advising health care providers and managed care organizations in establishing innovative payment structures and care delivery systems, counseling clients with respect to payment reform initiatives and trends, and representing providers in managed care contracting.
- Corporate Governance. Advising corporate boards in governance matters, such as executive compensation, corporate compliance, and fiduciary duties.
- Co-author, “INSIGHT: Kickbacks or Common Sense Business? Hurdles for Value-Based Care,” Bloomberg Law’s Health Law and Business (December 10, 2018)
- Co-author, “Massachusetts Health Care Reform: The Next Stage,” Bloomberg BNA’s Health Care Policy Report (January 28, 2013)
- Co-author, "Justice for All: New Life for the Massachusetts Equal Rights Amendment," Massachusetts Law Journal (August 14, 2011)