Glen A. Reed is one of the founders of the Healthcare practice at King & Spalding and a national leader in the healthcare bar. He is a legal, business and strategic advisor for senior managers and general counsel. As a partner in our Healthcare practice, Glen provides general representation of healthcare systems and handles specialized projects involving a wide variety of healthcare industry matters.
Glen has helped to create a Healthcare practice that has been ranked number one in the country by the American Health Lawyers Association each year from 2007 to 2017. In 2018 the Healthcare practice was ranked as one of the two top healthcare practices nationally by Chambers USA, and won the Chambers USA Award for Excellence in healthcare. In 2018 and 2019 the Healthcare practice was named a Practice Group of the Year by Law360, Glen also has served as President of the AHLA.
Glen represents healthcare systems, provider organizations, sellers of healthcare products and related entities. He frequently advises clients on such matters as compliance planning and monitoring; healthcare industry restructuring; responses to investigations; new service development; antitrust compliance; and the development of clinically integrated organizations.
Glen has highly specialized expertise in commercial managed care, helping provider organizations to achieve more favorable contractual relationships with payors and enforcing payor/provider contracts. He also assists clients with compliance self-assessments and remedial actions; physician compensation compliance; and the addition of existing hospitals to nonprofit health systems.
Glen served for six years as chair of the annual seminar Fundamentals of Healthcare Law. From this experience he founded our firm’s annual Health Law and Policy Forum, now in its 28th year.
He also served as Co-chair of the first two American Health Lawyers Association conferences on healthcare reform in 2010. Glen has been active in civic matters, serving on the board of MAP International, and having served as a founding board member and a board chair of MedShare International, and as a board chair of Visiting Nurse Health System and the Atlanta Alliance on Developmental Disabilities.
- J.D., Yale Law School
- B.A., The University of Tennessee
- American Bar Association (Member, Forum Committee on Health Law, 1979- and Sections on Business Law and Litigation)
- American Health Lawyers Association (President, 1998-99)
- Best Lawyers In America
- Chambers USA Guide to America’s Best Business Lawyers
- Georgia Academy of Hospital Attorneys (President, 1991-1992)
- State Bar of Georgia
- Who’s Who In America
- Who’s Who In American Law
- Who’s Who in the World
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