About Webb Millsaps

Webb Millsaps is a business attorney and board-certified healthcare law attorney in South Florida.  Admitted to practice in Florida by the Florida Bar, he operates a law office in Boca Raton and litigates in the U.S. District Court for Southern Florida.  Mr. Millsaps earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School after graduating with honors from Duke University.

Prior to founding his boutique South Florida law firm, Mr. Millsaps practiced at the international law firms of McDermott, Will & Emery, where he was a member of the Health Law Group, as well as at White & Case, where he worked in the Corporate/Mergers and Acquisitions Group.

In addition to specializing in healthcare law, Mr. Millsaps has successfully represented business clients in corporate matters, transactions and litigation spanning a multitude of industries, including manufacturing, energy, aviation, security systems, software and publishing.  He has handled multi-million dollar legal transactions throughout the United States and in foreign countries.

Mr. Millsaps is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and has also been involved in human rights work for many years.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Slavery No More, a non-profit human rights organization serving victims of human trafficking.

A Member Emeritus of the Writer’s Guild of America, Mr. Millsaps has authored numerous articles on a variety of legal topics that have been nationally published.  The list of his published articles is listed below.

Published Articles

  • Financial Incentive Programs for Electronic Health Records (EHRs): Physicians Express Interest, but Obstacles Remain, Modern Medicine, October 11, 2011, by Webb Millsaps and Daniel Gottlieb.
  • Eleventh Circuit Considers the Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, BNA’s Health Insurance Report, August 10, 2011, by Webb Millsaps, and J. Peter Rich.
  • The Proposed Waivers of the Fraud & Abuse Laws for ACOs: Have the OIG and CMS Gone Far Enough?, BNA’s Health Care Fraud Report, May 4, 2011, by Dan Melvin and Webb Millsaps.
  • Top 10 Things You Need to Know About ACOs, BNA’s Health Law Reporter Weekly, February 24, 2011, by Webb Millsaps and Adam Rogers.
  • A Look at Recent Federal Court Decisions on the Health Care Reform Law, Daily Journal, February 16, 2011, by Webb Millsaps, J. Peter Rich.
  • Value-Base Purchasing: CMS Proposes Rule to Pay Hospitals For Delivering Quality of Care to Inpatients, Health Care Law Reform Blog, January 13, 2011, by Webb Millsaps.
  • Medicare and Medicaid Extenders Act: Significant Changes for Health Care Providers, Health Lawyers Weekly, January 7, 2011, by Webb Millsaps and Eric Zimmerman.
  • CMS Announces Medicare ASC Payment Updates, EndoEconomics, Winter 2011, by Webb Millsaps and Eric Zimmerman.
  • NAIC approves “Model Act” for State Insurance Exchanges, Health Care Law Reform Blog, December 21, 2010, by Webb Millsaps.
  • Virginia Federal Court Strikes Down Individual Mandate: What’s Next For The Health Reform Law?, BNA’s Health Law Reporter Weekly, December 16, 2010, by Webb Millsaps , J. Peter Rich.
  • Zero Rate Increase: Connecticut Insurance Department Denies Anthem, American Health Lawyers Association Practice Group Publication, December 10, 2010, by Webb Millsaps.
  • CMS Seeks Comments on New ACO Standards; AMA Adopts New Principles for ACOs, American Health Lawyers Association, November 19, 2010, by Webb Millsaps and J. Peter Rich.
  • Proposed Physician Fee Schedule Update Implements Key Reform Provisions, AdvanceWeb’s The Politics of Health Care, August 2010, by Daniel H. Melvin, Webb Millsaps, Arnold V. Pamplona.
  • Vital Signs, The Deal Newsweekly, September 5, 2008, by Webb Millsaps and Jerry J. Sokol.
  • Does Equity Have to be Equal?, Outpatient Surgery Magazine, June 2008, by Webb Millsaps.