Hospitals, health systems, dialysis providers, and other health care entities look to Jenny Nelson Carney for their regulatory and business law needs. She advises clients on the balance of minimizing risk while providing good patient care, from intake to discharge.
Jenny counsels on issues surrounding maintenance of patient information, including design and documentation of the medical record, health information technology, promoting interoperability, and information blocking. Clients count on Jenny to help them navigate state and federal regulatory issues concerning mergers and acquisitions of health care entities, including Medicare and Medicaid provider enrollment, changes of ownership and revalidations, Medicare Conditions of Participation, state and accrediting body survey and certification and licensure issues, RAC appeals, and medical staff privileging and credentialing. Jenny’s experience also includes working on medical marijuana/cannabis, health care reimbursement, health care operations, and state and federal health care policy issues.
A trusted advisor, Jenny has twice served as interim in-house counsel for health system clients to help their legal departments manage complex projects and move their short- and long-term goals forward.
Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Jenny was the chair of the Health Care industry group of an Ohio law firm. Being invested in local culture and public policy, Jenny sits on the Susan G. Komen Columbus Board, the Susan G. Komen Public Policy Advisory Board, and the Friends of the Drexel Board.