Caroline also advises on internal and government investigations related to the False Claims Act, Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statue. Her experience navigating civil and criminal investigations within the healthcare space informs her strategic approach to risk management in transactions and the development of robust compliance programs.
Her background as a health law fellow for a regional nonprofit health system and as a law clerk at the US Department of Health and Human Services provides a unique understanding of legal issues from both the regulator and provider perspectives.
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