Matthew Amodeo focuses his practice on hospital-physician affiliation transactions, accountable care arrangements, managed care contracting, and related federal and state regulatory issues. His clients include a broad range of industry players, including health systems, post-acute providers, ACOs, clinically integrated networks, provider-sponsored health plans and population health management companies. Matthew also advises his clients on federal and state Exchange-related matters, the MSSP, NGACO, CJR, MACRA and other Medicare payment reform initiatives under the Affordable Care Act.
For the past several years Matthew has been a contributing author to the AHLA’s Health Plans Contracting Handbook. His most recent contribution includes a chapter on the Implications of HealthCare Reform on Payor-Provider Contracting and Relationships.
Matthew’s representative matters include:
- Represents a large community hospital in creating an integrated delivery system and implementing managed care contracting strategy.
- Advised a multi-hospital health system in establishing a shared risk arrangement and co-branded insurance product with a large national payor.
- Provides ongoing regulatory counsel to provider-sponsored Medicare Advantage plan.
- Advised a regional health network in establishing a shared risk arrangement with a state funded employee benefit plan.
- Assisted large integrated delivery system in creating regional ACO with community-based providers for participation in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
- Advised national population management company on multi-state regulatory requirements pertaining to population management activities, e.g., utilization management, telemedicine, TPAs, benefit carve-outs.
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"Outstanding Physician Practice Lawyer"Nightingale’s Healthcare News
- New York
- New England School of Law, J.D., 1991
- College of the Holy Cross, B.A., 1987
- American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)