Craig is an attorney and health care consultant, specializing in issues surrounding modern American health care and the ways in which it should be managed in its current climate of reform. Craig’s law practice focuses on health care mergers and acquisitions, regulatory compliance and counseling for providers in all matters pertaining to contemporary health care in the United States. Craig is admitted as an attorney and counselor at law in the State of California (1995), District of Columbia (1996) and the State of New York (2001). Craig’s consulting practice offers an array of short and long term services to help health care institutions navigate the fluid structure of the U.S. health care system, including interim management of health care institutions, strategic guidance, fair market valuations, analysis for health care mergers and acquisitions, development and implementation of health care regulatory compliance programs, formation of Medicare shared savings programs (accountable care organizations) and expert consulting. Craig is also an adjunct professor of law at Pepperdine University School of Law, where he teaches courses on Hospital Law and the Affordable Care Act.
Unconstitutional Regulatory Seizures under the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991: The Final Blow to the Business of National Banks , Pepperdine Law Review (2014)
Medicare: The Perpetual Balance Between Performance and Preservation, Journal of Contemporary Health Law & Policy (2014)