Daria’s multifaceted health care practice serves the full range of provider entities. She draws on her own in-house counsel experience to help clients attain compliant, efficient operations while navigating industry and regulatory roadblocks. Her concrete, practical guidance helps clients manage risks and compete in the face of remarkable cost pressures.
Daria's practice ranges from transactional matters to general counsel services. She has extensive experience with the merger and acquisition of hospitals, long-term care facilities, clinics, assisted living facilities, home health and hospice programs, group practices, substance use disorder facilities, and other provider entities. She guides clients through the regulatory aspects of capital projects and other strategic initiatives. Active in health care reform matters, Daria works with clients on clinical integration and affiliation, ACOs, and similar arrangements. In addition, Daria provides experienced counsel in areas of contracting, patient care/risk management matters, privacy and security of patient information (HIPAA), and addressing adverse events, including internal investigations and crisis management.
After beginning her legal career at Mintz, she served as Vice President of Legal Services at Lahey Clinic, Burlington, Massachusetts. While at Lahey, she provided comprehensive general counsel services, advising physician leaders and management on all aspects of the Lahey delivery system, which includes a tertiary care teaching hospital, outpatient primary care and specialty clinics, and a community group practice network.
Articles in the National Law Review database by M. Daria Niewenhous