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Catherine Feorene


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Catherine works with health care clients in a variety of transactional and regulatory matters.

Catherine helps clients navigate the complex health care regulatory environment and works to help structure deals in compliance with these rules and regulations.

Catherine assists with due diligence on transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, and drafting of various closing documents, including operating agreements, letters of intent and non-reliance letters.

Catherine earned her J.D. cum laude from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and was executive editor of publications of the Law Journal. In addition to a law degree, Catherine earned certificates in health law and compliance.

During law school, Catherine worked for Rush Hospital Systems doing various research and compliance assignments, where she gained knowledge on how a healthcare system operates and the issues that closely affect it. She also worked for the Federation of State Medical Boards summarizing and researching various waivers and laws in each of the 50 states during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition, she spent some time at a smaller law firm that worked with practitioners where she gained insight into the various legal issues affecting the providers and how to establish a managed services arrangement.


Upcoming Changes to Various Federal Laws Impacting the Health Care Industry

Illinois Passes Legislation Requiring Attorney General Notice of Certain Health Care Transactions

New USAO policy for voluntary self-disclosure in corporate criminal enforcement actions provides greater predictability for health care organizations facing potential fraud or other misconduct

Five considerations for health care providers’ marketing of Medicare Advantage Plans

CMS seeks stakeholder feedback on COVID-19 waivers in new request for information

OIG issues fraud alert warning practitioners of risks with telemedicine arrangements

DOJ and OIG ramp up enforcement of risk adjustment coding: 5 compliance tips for providers