Gregory E. Fosheim represents health care providers, regional for-profit and nonprofit hospitals and clinics, community hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and physician practice groups, on health care regulatory compliance, operational, transactional, and business matters under federal and state law.
Greg regularly advises clients on clinical research, health care fraud and abuse and regulatory compliance, Medicare, Medicaid and private payor billing practices, physician kickbacks, Stark Law and anti-kickback statute implications of proposed arrangements, Section 1557 non-discrimination compliance, and other matters. Greg has also participated in health care and general corporate-related due diligence for various endeavors, including numerous acquisitions of physician practice groups, imaging facilities and other industry entities.
Prior to his legal career, Greg worked as a microbiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He focused his research on the molecular epidemiology of health care associated infections, particularly methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
- Assisted with a $4 billion health plan acquisition.
- Assists clients with strategic health care partnerships, including preparing Master Services Agreements and Operational Agreements.
- Prepares hospital system-wide compliance manuals regarding daily operations, HIPAA/HITECH security and privacy rules, 501(r) Community Health Needs Assessments and Implementation Strategies, and federally -sponsored research.
- Drafted and negotiated 10-20 clinical trial agreements monthly for clinical trial investigators, sponsors and research institutions, and oversaw regulatory compliance related to proper Medicare billing of clinical trial costs.
- Georgia State University College of Law, J.D., 2014, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
- Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, M.P.H., Epidemiology, 2003
- Luther College, B.A., 2001
- American Health Lawyers Association
- Lambda Legal