DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f4bp7s/2015_healthcare) has announced the addition of the "2015 Healthcare Attorney Hourly Rate Report" report to their offering.
The 2015 Healthcare Attorney Rate Report examines the hourly rates of Attorneys (Partners, Counsel, Senior Associates and Associates) at the Law Firms most active in the Healthcare sector. Rates are analyzed by Individual Firm, Firm Revenue Size Group (Top 10, 50, 100, 101-200) and Firms outside of those traditional rankings - Non-US Firms such as Magic Circle Firms, large Regionals, small and middle-market firms and boutiques.
Additionally, the Report slices the data by City and Industry (all major ones) to highlight geographical and industry-specific pricing differences. As you will see, hourly rates by Firm and Position will vary.
How to provide and pay for Healthcare is the #1 issue / problem / opportunity in most major countries. More and more of a country's financial resources will be dedicated and required to pay the health care costs of a quickly aging population.
In the United States, the Affordable Care Act has set in motion a dizzying array of new regulations and mandates. Healthcare Executives, in general, are ecstatic over the new law since it requires that 1) 22 Million current non-insureds be required to buy insurance through a group or through the federal and / or state exchanges and 2) premiums be increased to cover additional services that apply to all within the policy geographical area including but not limited to maternity, abortion and obesity services.
For Law Firms, Healthcare is the second fastest growing sector as ranked by the 2015 Growth Industries Report after Technology. In addition to the fairly new Healthcare practice area, to serve this growing industry, Law Firms will need all major practice areas including Litigation, Regulatory, Corporate, Bankruptcy (mainly for distressed hospitals), Antitrust (mainly for hospital consolidation), IP, Product Liability, Pharma and Labor & Employment.
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1: Hourly Rates by Position by Firm Revenue Size
Section 2: Hourly Rates by individual Law Firm
Section 3: Hourly Rates by Position by City
Section 4: Hourly Rates by Industry
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