Jordan B. Keville has a practice that focuses on reimbursement and regulatory issues for a number of health care provider categories that include hospitals, physicians, Federally Qualified Health Centers (“FQHCs”), pharmacies, and physical therapists.
He has also regularly advised transplant centers and organ procurement organizations on reimbursement and compliance issues. As a part of his work with these types of clients, Mr. Keville offers general advice and litigates at both the court and administrative level.
Mr. Keville also advises clients on various regulatory matters. His areas of focus include the federal “340B” drug discount program, with respect to which he assists clients with, among other things, negotiating and executing third-party pharmacy contracts and responding to 340B-related audits by the Health Resources and Services Administration and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Mr. Keville also regularly works with clients on issues relating to medical education, particular special Medicare payments available for direct graduate medical education (“GME”), and indirect graduate medical education (“IME”).
Partner, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC, Los Angeles, California, August 2001-October 2016
J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2001
St. Thomas More Honors Society
B.A., English and Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1998