Hospitals, health systems, and other health care providers rely on attorney Stacie Porter to assist them with a wide range of health care regulatory and transactional matters.
Stacie counsels clients on compliance with the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, billing regulations, durable medical equipment regulations, HIPAA, EMTALA, graduate medical education (GME) rules, research/IRB regulations, and other state and federal health care regulations and laws. Clients also turn to Stacie for guidance on physician contracting, payor agreements, mergers and acquisitions, home health issues, and real estate transactions, among other matters.
Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Stacie served as Assistant General Counsel of a hospital system in Ohio. In that role, she was the primary legal counselor on various system issues, including physician arrangements, real estate transactions, mergers and acquisitions, GME issues, and human resource matters. Prior to that, she served as General Counsel and Privacy Officer of a nonprofit corporation that maintained five family health centers and a school-based health center. Stacie advised the corporation on issues relating to HIPAA, the 340B Drug Program, FQHC and nonprofit organization regulations, federal and state grants, regulatory compliance, risk management, and contract negotiation.