Melissa E. Najjar focuses her practice on regulatory matters affecting the healthcare industry. Melissa supports a variety of healthcare clients, including hospitals and health systems and long-term care facilities, as they navigate compliance and enforcement matters, including state and federal enforcement. Melissa is particularly experienced in fraud and abuse law matters, HIPAA compliance and Medicare compliance.
While in law school, Melissa served as editor of the Suffolk University Law Review, and Magister of the International Legal Honors Society, Phi Delta Phi. She also served as a legal intern for the US Department of Health and Human Services. Prior to practicing law, Melissa obtained a Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in healthcare management from the Brandeis Heller School, and served as a fellow on the Board of the American Balint Society, which informs her understanding as a business partner to healthcare clients.
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