Kate has been heavily involved with AHLA, holding a variety of leadership positions over the last five years. As an AHLA leader, she acts as an ambassador to her colleagues, encouraging engagement with the association and its resources.
Kate is passionate about expanding access to quality healthcare while improving the efficiency of care delivery. That passion translates into her work, serving clients in nearly all areas of health care law. She specializes in transnational matters and compliance with federal and state healthcare regulations, including federal Stark and state self-referral laws, federal and state anti-kickback laws, HIPAA and state privacy laws and federal tax-exempt laws.
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