Kate’s practice involves a variety of regulatory and transactional matters for healthcare providers, including hospitals, physician groups, clinical laboratories, retail health clinics, and pharmacies.
Kate counsels health care clients on HIPAA compliance, telemedicine practice, licensure and scope of practice issues, clinical trial compliance, physician contracting and the federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act.
For both Covered Entities and Business Associates, she has advised on initial implementation and updates to HIPAA-mandated policies and procedures, contracting matters, and analysis of and response to potential breaches under HIPAA and state data breach rules. She provided in-house HIPAA guidance to a third-party administrator during a secondment from the firm.
In her transactional practice, Kate advises providers, payers, and investors in mergers and acquisition and joint ventures.
Kate also counsels a variety of nonprofit organizations on entity formation, governance, tax-exemption issues, and mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to joining Mintz Levin, Kate served as a law fellow at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University. Her work there focused on international health governance, pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV/AIDS, and food and drug safety issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kate F. Stewart