Jacqueline Baratian brings her exceptional background to bear when advising clients on regulatory and litigation aspects of the health care industry, with an emphasis on fraud and abuse, corporate compliance, qui tam actions and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement.
She has experience in federal regulatory enforcement and as chief compliance officer at a national health insurer and a national provider, and in navigating corporate integrity agreements (CIAs) and deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs).
Jackie was vice president and chief Medicaid compliance officer for a national health insurer, investigating reports of potential misconduct and providing compliance-related regulatory and statutory guidance to senior leadership.
She previously served as vice president and chief compliance officer of a diversified health care services company handling requests for information from regulatory bodies and governmental agencies.
Jackie was senior counsel at the Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services within the Administrative and Civil Remedies Branch (ACRB), representing the OIG in cases brought under the federal Civil False Claims Act involving allegations of Medicare and Medicaid fraud and violations of the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute, negotiating settlements in civil monetary penalty cases and handling matters pertaining to the OIG’s exclusion authority.