Nesrin Garan Tift
Nesrin Tift helps healthcare companies navigate the crossroads between increasingly stringent healthcare compliance laws and the shifting reimbursement landscape towards payment for performance and access to care. Her clients include national and regional hospitals, physician practices, ambulatory surgical centers, ambulance providers, managed care organizations, revenue cycle management companies and other healthcare companies.
She has significant experience advising clients with respect to healthcare fraud and abuse issues, compliance and operations, managed care, telemedicine initiatives, and health information privacy and security. In addition, Nesrin represents healthcare organizations in mergers, acquisitions and other transactions through her analysis of healthcare compliance issues, billing and reimbursement compliance and other issues impacting transactions.
Her practice involves:
- Government Enforcement and Compliance – Ensuring clients are in compliance with healthcare laws (particularly Stark and Anti-Kickback), HIPAA matters, healthcare fraud and abuse issues and healthcare information technology; providing guidance on heightened requirements pursuant to the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act; responding to government investigations related to compliance, healthcare fraud and abuse and federal and state privacy and security matters.
- Contracting, Regulatory and Operational – Advising clients with respect to operational and regulatory issues, including structuring complex operations to comply with fraud and abuse laws and offering guidance on day-to-day issues including Medicare reimbursement, certification and other regulatory issues.
- Managed Care – Advising clients on Medicare managed care compliance and operational issues; analyzing pay for performance, care management, disease management and care enhancement arrangements in the managed care space.
- Health Information Technology and Telehealth – Advising clients on contracting and operational matters associated with implementation of electronic health record (EHR) systems; and advising telehealth companies as well as other providers seeking to leverage telehealth and mobile health to expand access on contracting, corporate practice and regulatory matters.
- Healthcare Transactions – Analyzing buy-side and sell-side deals for compliance with healthcare regulatory laws, including fraud and abuse and information privacy and security and assessing the operational and regulatory impacts of transactions.
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Nashville Health Care Council — Leadership Health Care, Board of Directors (2016-2019), Membership and Marketing Committee (2015-2016)
Health Care Compliance Association
Media Mentions & Firm News
The Best Lawyers in America© — Health Care Law (2024)