Amy Sanders Morgan


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Amy Sanders Morgan assists national healthcare providers with operational, regulatory, and transactional matters, offering practical guidance through the complex and ever-changing healthcare space. Amy works with public and private clients across a variety of industry sectors, including hospitals and health systems, physician groups, ambulatory surgery centers, long-term care providers, and behavioral health providers.

Amy’s practice involves:

  • Transactions – Representing healthcare companies and investors in mergers, acquisitions, and strategic partnerships.
  • Compliance and Operational Matters – Providing analysis on issues related to the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute and state laws on fraud and abuse and corporate practice of medicine; advising on facility and services licensure, reimbursement, and other operational issues, with an emphasis on behavioral health (including autism and substance use disorder treatment); drafting operational contracts, such as professional services agreements and physician agreements.
  • SEC Filings – Advising on healthcare regulatory-related disclosures for securities filings.

A former journalist, Amy thrives on staying abreast of healthcare developments, recognizing and advising on new areas of risk and potential growth opportunities. Amy has been published and quoted in local and national media outlets on issues related to implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.


American Health Law Association (AHLA) — Health Care Reform Educational Task Force, Vice Chair (2015-2018)

Leadership Health Care

Nashville Health Care Council

YWCA Nashville — Junior Board of Directors Committee; Board Intern (2015-2019)

Nashville Young Leaders Council — Alumnus