Trent Krienke

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Contact

512 660 5963 direct
512 660 5979 fax
tkrienke@rcmhlaw.com


Practice Areas

> Health Law

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Board Certified in Health Law, Trent Krienke advises hospitals, physicians, nursing facilities and other health care providers in connection with compliance matters, regulatory and operational issues, and business transactions.

Trent is ranked as ‘Up and Coming’ in Healthcare by Chambers USA. He represents clients in a wide range of health care transactional matters, such as the purchase and sale of facilities and structuring joint ventures and other arrangements to comply with state and federal statutes and regulations. He has substantial experience with the Texas 1115 Medicaid Transformation Waiver and the Quality Incentive Payment Program for Nursing Homes (QIPP). Trent has also assisted health care providers on issues ranging from Medicare overpayment allegations to disclosures under the Stark Self-Disclosure Protocol.

Trent received his J.D. from Baylor University School of Law and graduated with a B.S. from the University of Texas at Austin. He holds a certificate in International Business Law from Tulane University.

Trent serves in several volunteer roles with the Austin Bar Association and the American Health Lawyers Association. He also coaches youth sports.

Professional and Community Activities

  • Represented hospital system in a comprehensive compliance review of all physician arrangements and worked closely with management to negotiate and prepare amended contracts with individual physicians
  • Represented public hospitals and governmental entities in the acquisition over 370 nursing facilities for participation in the Upper Payment Limit (UPL) Supplemental Payment Program, the Nursing Facility Minimum Payment Amount Program (MPAP), and the Quality Incentive Payment Program (QIPP)
  • Advised a nonprofit hospital regarding the sale of substantially all assets to a third-party hospital operator and related antitrust issues raised by the Department of Justice
  • Represented hospital authority in the planning, financing, management and construction of a replacement nursing facility
  • Represented hospital district in the formation of a new political subdivision to own and operate a local public hospital
  • Negotiated software license agreement on behalf of hospital system with electronic medical record vendor
  • Chambers USA, ranked as Up and Coming in Healthcare (2019)