Jeffrey D. Moseley is a 1986 graduate of Vanderbilt Law School. He became an Associate at Buerger, Moseley & Carson in 1987, partner in 1990 and senior partner in 2002 upon the retirement of founding partner Richard Buerger. Jeff’s practice is focused in the area of health care law. He represents hospitals throughout the United States in relation to medical staff issues, including peer review and credentialing, board and medical staff bylaws, operational issues, EMTALA and contract matters. His practice also extends to corporate and municipal law.
His published works include Safe Harbor: Changing the Practitioner/Facility Paradigm in 1992, Nashville Medical News, 1992 and Safe Ventures Doctors Take Money Out of Equation, Modern Healthcare Magazine, 1993. He has taught seminars and classes in the health care field including: “Governmental Hospitals: What they Can and Can’t Do in Today’s Changing Health Care Environment”, "The Poliner Case: Implications for Hospitals and Medical Staff Members" sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, and Health Care Management and the Law at Belmont University. He has presented educational seminars for hospital boards and medical staffs, and recently served as a presenter for an American Health Lawyer’s Association educational session entitled “The Hospital, the Board, and the Medical Staff: Who is the Client When Advising on Medical Staff Issues.” Currently, Jeff is a member of the American, Tennessee, and Williamson County Bar Associations as well as the Tennessee County Attorneys Association and the American Health Lawyers Association.