Sandy has helped clients through the heavily regulated and often confusing health law and healthcare litigation landscape for 25 years, and, before practicing law, she worked for more than a decade as a registered nurse, including serving as a Director of Nursing. She represents hospitals, home health agencies, hospitals, long term care facilities and other related health care providers. Sandy’s experience stretches across healthcare spectrum and she represents health care providers in a variety of health law related issues, including federal and state fraud and abuse compliance, regulatory compliance, public and private reimbursement issues.
Her extensive litigation experience includes qui tam litigation, Medicare fraud and abuse and the defense of hospitals, physicians, long term care facilities, and pharmacists against professional malpractice claims. Sandy represented the physician qui tam relator in the landmark US ex rel. Drakeford v. Tuomey Healthcare.
She has also provided legal advice to clients on patient rights and research issues, and she is a South Carolina certified mediator and has experience as an arbitrator. Sandy regularly speaks at national conferences before various healthcare and compliance associations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Sandra Louise Weikel Miller