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, hospice and home health, long-term care, and specialty pharmacy. A former journalist, Amy thrives on staying abreast of healthcare developments relevant to clients, recognizing and advising on new areas of risk while analyzing 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 (PPACA).

Amy’s practice involves:

  • Mergers and acquisitions.
  • Advice on responding to governmental inquiries relating to Medicare and Medicaid fraud and the False Claims Act.
  • Regulatory compliance, including issues related to the Stark Law as well as state laws regarding fee splitting, corporate practice of medicine, and licensure.
  • Operational matters.

Before joining the firm’s healthcare group, Amy gained experience working remotely as an intern with the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services in Rockville, Maryland. Within the Department’s Policy and Operational Risk Office, she analyzed federal privacy and confidentiality statutes governing public health and social services to identify conflicts and recommend potential solutions.


American Health Law Association (AHLA) — Health Care Reform Educational Task Force, Vice Chair (2015-2016)

American Bar Association

Leadership Health Care

Nashville Health Care Council

Nashville Library Foundation — Next Chapter Society Council

YWCA Nashville — Junior Board of Directors Committee