Whitney Magee Phelps focuses her practice on state and federal regulatory health care issues, with an emphasis on managed care contracting, antitrust, fraud and abuse issues, health and medical homes, and joint venture arrangements. Her negotiations between and among managed care organizations, federally qualified health centers, IPAs, providers, pharmacy benefit managers and other management vendors include reviewing, drafting and handling all aspects of the negotiation process for both fee-for-service and full risk sharing arrangements. In addition, she has negotiated and drafted highly innovative and complex joint venture arrangements between managed long-term care providers and managed-care organizations. Whitney also has wide-ranging experience representing health care entities before the executive branch to shape health care policy, laws and regulations and to seek regulatory guidance for various joint provider and payor arrangements, such as for pay-for-performance and medical home demonstrations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Whitney Magee Phelps