Ada Peters helps health care organizations find solutions to their most complex health care regulatory and compliance challenges.

Managed care organizations, health plans, hospitals, physician practices, and manufacturers rely on Ada’s assistance with Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial reimbursement matters; Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) compliance; value-based payment strategies; and coverage of preventive health care services.

Ada started her career with Epstein Becker Green as a summer associate in the Washington, DC, office, where she helped clients develop innovative reimbursement strategies for emerging technologies, navigate the post-Dobbs reproductive health landscape, and stay up to date on federal and state legislative and regulatory trends. She earned a law degree, with a concentration in Health Law and Policy, from Northeastern University School of Law.

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While at law school, Ada honed her research and analytical skills at various internships in Massachusetts, including as a legal intern for an integrated Medicare Advantage organization, where she drafted comment letters to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; as a health regulatory and reimbursement intern at a cancer detection technology developer, where she worked on Stark Law and AKS compliance; and as Office of General Counsel intern at a pediatric hospital, where she worked directly with patient families to navigate their medical-legal needs. Prior to and throughout law school, Ada worked as a health policy analyst at a DC-based consulting firm focused on Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services regulatory matters. Ada has also interned on Capitol Hill for a Congressman from Vermont, where she worked on legislation to lower prescription drug prices.

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  • Northeastern University School of Law (J.D., 2023)
    • Health Law and Policy Concentration
    • Teaching Assistant for Health Law
    • Health Law Society
    • Merit Scholar
  • University of Vermont (B.S., 2016)
    • Degree in Dietetics and Nutrition Food Sciences

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