Winnie Uluocha advises all segments of the healthcare industry, including hospitals, health systems, pharmacies, private equity investors and their platform companies, and other healthcare clients. In transactional matters, such as strategic mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, and joint ventures, Winnie assists in due diligence, drafting and reviewing agreements, analyzing and researching regulatory issues, forming and restructuring corporate entities, and advising on the same. Winnie also provides statutory and regulatory compliance counseling to health systems, academic medical centers, hospitals, and a variety of healthcare entities in emerging areas such as digital health, telehealth, hospital and health system innovation centers, and privacy and security matters.
While in law school, Winnie held a legal internship with the Midwest Innocence Project and worked as a graduate research assistant at the Rural Policy Research Institute, where she helped analyze and respond to proposed rules from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Department of Health and Human Services, and other federal and state regulatory agencies on rural health-specific issues. While pursuing her Masters of Health Administration, she served as a health administrative intern in the Chief Operating Officer’s office at a nationally ranked academic medical center.
Aside from her commitment to high standards in her work on behalf of firm clients, Winnie is engaged in meaningful community service. Winnie is an Associate Board member of the Diverse Attorney Pipeline Program (DAPP), which assists women of color law students in professional development, academic coaching, mentorship, and obtaining summer employment positions.
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