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A nationally recognized health care lawyer, Regina Rockefeller represents and advises hospitals, large group medical practices, accountable care organizations and individual health care providers. Regina helps these providers succeed in the competitive value-based post-Affordable Care Act environment.

What do you focus on?

I focus on helping health care clients succeed in the highly regulated, new value-based payment world in which they must compete for patient market share and succeed in population health management. I advise and represent accountable care organizations, hospitals, group medical practices, faculty practice plans, ambulatory surgery centers and ambulatory cancer centers affiliated with international cancer institutes.

I represent buyers and sellers of group medical practices in mergers and acquisitions. I have successfully represented medical staffs and individual physicians in Fair Hearing medical peer review proceedings and before state licensing boards where careers are saved.

I advise hospitals and physicians on how to comply with EMTALA, Stark, state and federal fraud and abuse laws and HIPAA privacy and security laws. I advise hospital compensation committees about how best to attract and retain top talent while fulfilling IRS reasonable compensation requirements affecting tax exempt organizations.

What do you see on the horizon?

The health care industry is rapidly consolidating. Critical size and access to capital matter. Large health care systems must look beyond their silos of specialty departments toward true population health management.

Media Clips

  • Understanding Liability and Reducing Litigation Risk
    Legal Essentials for Emergency Physicians | November 1, 2012

    Boston Health Services partner Regina Rockefeller and Long Island Health Services associate Carly Eisenberg discuss emergency department liability and related litigation.





Regina S. Rockefeller