Eric Zimmerman is a recognized Medicare law and policy authority and registered lobbyist who represents clients before Congress and administrative agencies, and helps clients navigate federal legislative and regulatory processes related to Medicare coverage, coding, reimbursement and compliance. He primarily counsels and represents hospitals and health systems, ambulatory surgery centers, clinical laboratories, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and device manufacturers and suppliers, medical trade associations and professional societies.

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Repräsentative Mandate

  • Representing some of the country’s largest health systems and service providers, diagnostics companies, and pharmaceutical and device manufacturers before the US Congress, the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and other federal agencies
  • Advancing legislative and regulatory changes achieving Medicare coverage, improving reimbursement, and revising regulatory obligations

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  • Business Insider’s Top DC Power Players in Healthcare 2019
  • The Best Lawyers in America 2014 to 2020, Health Care Law, including 2020 „Lawyer of the Year“
  • Chambers USA 2006 to 2019
  • The Legal 500 US 2011

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  • American Health Lawyers Association, board of directors and president


George Mason University School of Law, JD, 1997
George Washington University, MBA, 1993
Emory University, BA, 1989

District of Columbia

Eric Zimmerman

Insights & Events / Media

Webinar / McDermott Event / November 12, 2018

Video / October 17, 2018

Chicago, Illinois / Speaking Engagements / September 11-14, 2017

San Francisco, California / McDermott Event / June 27, 2017

Bloomberg BNA Medicare Report / May 1, 2015

President Signs Bill to Repeal SGR, Beckons in New Era of Physician ...

McDermott+Consulting, +Insight / March 2015

CMS Issues Guidance on Policy and Payment Issues Affected by Introduction of ...

McDermott+Consulting, +Insight / March 2015

Congress Nears Deal on SGR Reform and Other Medicare Changes








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