Portrait of Steven Eisenberg

US Acute Care Solutions is pleased to introduce Steven Eisenberg as General Counsel. Steve is well-regarded in the health care industry, with over 20 years experience providing strategic transactional and regulatory counsel to clients in the health care industry. Steve joins us from Cardinal Health, where he was Vice President and General Counsel of Cardinal Health at Home, the industry leader in the home delivery of disposable medical supplies. There he headed the legal and compliance departments, led multiple mergers and acquisitions (including the sale of the business to Cardinal Health), and was instrumental in developing the business' overall post-acute strategy. Before joining Cardinal Health at Home's executive team, Steve was a partner at Baker & Hostetler, a national law firm, where he practiced corporate and health care law. At Baker & Hostetler, Steve provided strategic counsel to clients in the health care industry for transactional, commercial and regulatory matters, including helping clients position themselves to compete in evolving payment models. Clients included physician groups (including hospital-based physician groups), hospitals, health systems, insurers and ancillary providers.

Steve earned a Masters of Laws (LLM) degree from the Health Law Program at DePaul University College of Law and a Juris Doctor degree from Cleveland State University – Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Miami University.

About USACS

Established in May 2015 by Emergency Medicine Physicians (EMP) and Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, USACS is focused on becoming the national leader in emergency medicine and hospitalist services. USACS offers emergency medicine groups a strategic partnership by providing business support, industry resources and capital backing. USACS provides high quality emergency care to almost 4 million patients each year at more than 90 hospitals in 20 states, and is aligned with leading hospital systems across the country.