Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Cindy Reisz was named a member of the Women to Watch Class of 2020 by Nashville Medical News. This annual lists recognizes a group of women who are making a real difference in the healthcare sector throughout Middle Tennessee. As defined by the publication, the list recognizes “the diversity of skills and expertise necessary to run our complex healthcare system and the passion and dedication required to move the needle on transforming the industry.” Cindy was the only attorney from a law firm to be featured in this year’s class of 10 Middle Tennessee healthcare leaders.

For more than 30 years, Cindy has advised national healthcare providers on transactional and operational matters. Her extensive knowledge of the healthcare industry and its regulatory framework allows her to structure complex deals, such as joint ventures, acquisitions and de novo development of facilities and healthcare services that comply with federal and state healthcare laws. Cindy utilizes her vast experience in both the healthcare and corporate sectors to advise both private equity funds and their portfolio companies. With this background, she is able to lead an acquisition of a healthcare company, conduct thorough healthcare diligence, and ultimately advise on the portfolio company’s operational issues and provide guidance for navigating healthcare regulations. Combining these skills makes her an effective and efficient choice for healthcare private equity. Her clients include, among others, acute care and psychiatric health systems, physician practice management companies and population health management organizations. Cindy is active nationally in the healthcare industry, currently serving as President-Elect Designate on the board of directors of the American Health Law Association.

Nashville Medical News published the full list of the Women to Watch Class of 2020 honorees in a special issue of the publication released in May 2020. To read Cindy’s profile and learn more about her practice and involvement in the healthcare industry, click here.