Kim H. Roeder focuses on the healthcare sector, particularly with regard to compliance, investigations and transactions. As a partner in our Healthcare practice, Kim represents individual and institutional healthcare providers, along with suppliers, in a wide range of matters.
Kim advises healthcare suppliers and providers, including hospital systems, academic medical centers and physician practice groups, on implementing compliance programs as well as conducting compliance assessments and internal investigations. She frequently represents healthcare providers in responding to Department of Justice and Office of Inspector General investigations and qui tam actions, and in voluntary disclosures through agency programs.
In addition, Kim has extensive experience advising clients on Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement issues; federal and state self-referral and anti-kickback laws; delivery system reform; accountable care organizations; shared savings and incentive payment arrangements; clinically integrated networks; and hospital-physician employment relationships and other affiliations.
Kim is an Adjunct Professor at the Georgia State University College of Law. A frequent author and speaker before professional and trade groups, Kim is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and the Health Care Compliance Association, and a former president of the Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys.
- J.D., Case Western Reserve University
- A.B., Cornell University, with distinction
- Adjunct Professor, Georgia State University College of Law
- American Bar Association, Health Law Section, Business and Corporate Section
- American Health Lawyers Association, Former Co-Chair of the Transactions Affinity Group of the Business Law and Governance Practice Group
- Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys, Past President and Board Member
- Health Care Compliance Association
- State Bar of Georgia, Health Law Section, Corporate Law Section
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