Olivia Seraphim


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Olivia Seraphim provides healthcare regulatory counsel to a wide range of clients, including physician groups, long-term care providers, hospital systems, and private equity firms. Olivia counsels clients on an array of complex regulatory issues, including compliance with healthcare laws (particularly Stark and Anti-Kickback), HIPAA rules and regulations, and healthcare information technology. Olivia also analyzes healthcare mergers and acquisitions for compliance with healthcare regulatory laws, including fraud and abuse and information privacy and security. She also represents clients in government actions, internal investigations and related proceedings in connection with various corporate compliance matters.

In addition to her work for healthcare clients, Olivia is actively involved in a number of the firm’s pro bono initiatives, including the firm’s current partnership with the Tennessee Innocence Project.

Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Olivia was an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of a national firm advising clients on wide range of healthcare related matters, including issues related to healthcare fraud and abuse, HIPAA compliance, FDA medical device regulations, and more. During law school, Olivia was a legal intern with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor. Olivia is fluent in Spanish.


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