Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Angela Humphreys was named to the 2018 Power 100 list by the Nashville Business Journal. Each year, the Nashville Business Journal publishes a list of the 100 most influential people driving the city’s business community. The list is divided into five categories: Dealmakers, Connectors, Industry Giants, Heavy Hitters and Trendsetters.

Angela Humphreys was recognized this year in the Dealmakers category. The individuals named in this category drive the biggest deals in town, whether it’s new projects, new initiatives or new city policies. Angela was honored for her leadership of the firm’s nationally-ranked healthcare practice and her involvement in many of the key deals within the healthcare industry in town. She was also recognized for her involvement in several associations. Angela’s full profile on the Nashville Business Journal website can be found here or below.

Angela Humphreys leads the national practice of Nashville’s largest health care law firm. That means executives in the city’s $46.7 billion health care industry call on Humphreys for guidance on mergers, acquisitions, regulatory concerns and financial transactions. Humphreys and her team of more than 180 health care lawyers have worked with industry giants in Nashville and across the country including Ardent Health Services, Change Healthcare, Healthcare Bluebook and Envision Healthcare during its $9.9 billion sale to New York private equity firm KKR. The University of Tennessee graduate also wields her influence on several boards and associations around town, including the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Tennessee HIMSS, Nashville Public Radio and the Nashville Health Care Council, alongside several health care power players such as HealthStream CEO Robert Frist and TriStar Health CEO Karen Springer. She’s also holds a host of leadership roles beyond Nashville, serving on national committees in the legal and health care industries. With that type of resume and expertise, Humphreys is a must-know for every health care company in Nashville from startups to hospital titans.

The Nashville Business Journal published the full Power 100 list in sections starting on October 4.