University of Maryland School of Law,
J.D., cum laude
Health Law Certificate Recipient
Diversity Grant Scholarship Recipient
University of Maryland,
B.S., Microbiology, with honors
District of Columbia
As a trusted advisor, Jennifer crafts strategic and practical solutions for her clients' toughest problems.
Jennifer provides counsel to a broad range of clients in the health care industry, including institutional providers, medical practices, health systems, and health care technology vendors.
Jennifer has extensive experience in health information privacy and security compliance, regularly advising clients on all aspects of compliance with HIPAA and similar state laws, including responding to breaches and security incidents, policy drafting and implementation, and negotiating business associate agreements. Jennifer also regularly advises clients on IT-related matters, including negotiation of software license agreements, SaaS agreements and SLAs. Jennifer's experience in these areas uniquely positions her to counsel health care entities on their IT-related needs, and to help them solve for complex data issues.
Jennifer advises clients on complex health care regulatory, compliance, and enforcement matters, including state and federal anti-kickback statutes and beneficiary inducement prohibitions, as well as corporate practice of medicine and compliance with Medicare and Medicaid rules and regulations. She also advises on Medicare and Medicaid billing and reimbursement.
Jennifer also assists clients with health care transactional matters, providing guidance through all aspects of a transaction, from deal structuring to diligence to closing. Her experience also includes health care licensing and change of ownership issues.
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