Rachel B. Goodman is a senior counsel with Foley & Lardner LLP, and a member of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group and national Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team. Hardworking, creative and dedicated to her clients, Rachel’s practice focuses on representing a wide array of clients nationally with transactional and related regulatory issues in the health care industry including health care providers, physician groups, hospitals, health systems, pharmacies, laboratories, home health agencies, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, rehabilitation agencies, durable medical equipment suppliers, pharmaceutical companies, health care IT companies, health care industry vendors, investors, entrepreneurs, and startup businesses. She also focuses on matters involving telemedicine, digital health, remote patient monitoring, and virtual care.
Rachel has considerable experience in matters involving fraud and abuse compliance, including self-referral and ant-kickback laws, corporate compliance programs, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, self-disclosures and overpayments, health information privacy, telehealth, health care marketing, licensing, change of ownership, enrollment, and corporate and transactional matters involving mergers, acquisitions, due diligence, joint ventures, and other strategic affiliations. She has implemented compliance programs and policies, as well as HIPAA policies and procedures for health care entities of all sizes.
Rachel also works regularly with investors, entrepreneurs, and startup businesses in the health care arena and she advises on a variety of developing legal areas, including creating and implementing scalable telemedicine programs.
While in law school, Rachel was a research assistant, the Assistant Editor for the Stetson Law Review, and a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Mark A. Pizzo, United States Magistrate Judge for the Middle District of Florida.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Rachel B. Goodman