Andrew L. Quiat (“Andy”)


“The Charging Order; The Forgotten Stepchild of the U.P.A.,” The Colorado Lawyer, Vol. 6, №4, P.629, April 1977.

“The Dual Role of Corporate Counsel Serving on the Board of Directors,” The Colorado Lawyer, Vol. 13, №5, P.792, May, 1984. (Co-Author)

“Effect of a Bankruptcy on Medical Staff and Bondholders,” Health Law Vigil/Supplement, Vol. 7, №26, December 31, 1984. (Co-Author)

Interview re: Hospital Bankruptcy, Hospitals, January 20, 1986.

“Can a Chapter 11 Filing Keep Hospital Doors Open?” Trustee, May, 1986. (Co-Author)

Interview re: Hospital Closure and Bankruptcy, Hospitals, December 5, 1986.

“Joint Ventures Between Hospitals and Physicians — Pitfalls Accompany the Promise of Good Investment,” Health Law Alert, Vol. 1, №1, March, 1986.

“U.S. v. Greber — ‘Interpretation’ Fees May Result in Civil Liability and Felony Criminal Penalties,” Health Law Alert, Vol. 1, №2, April, 1986.

“Vertical Integration of a Multi-Specialty Group Practice,” Health Law Alert,

Vol. 1, №3, July, 1986.

“Arbitration of Medical Malpractice Claims — Slicing Down What the Lawyers Get,” Health Law Alert, Vol. 1, №4, December, 1986.

Interview re: Hospital Turnarounds; Modern Health Care, December, 1986.

“Colorado D.C.’s Get Burnt for $70,000+?,” The American Chiropractor, December, 1986.

“How the Current PPO/IPA Structure Works Against Physicians’ and Patients’ Long-Term Interests and What To Do About It” and “A Legal Service to Improve the Physician/Patient Relationship While Improving Cash Flow,” Health Law Alert, Vol. 2, №1, July, 1987.

“Financing Infrastructure For Follow-On Space Business Development,” Acta Astronautica, Vol. 41, Nos. 4–10, pp. 707–721, 1997.

“Training Syllabus For Junk Fax Collections,” 2003, 2004

“Operations Manual For Junk Fax Collections,” 2004

“Collecting in TCPA claims — A New & Burgeoning Profit Center,” November 2004