International law firm McDermott Will & Emery represented CVS Health as health regulatory counsel in connection with the closing of its acquisition of Oak Street Health, a leading multi-payor, value-based primary care company.
The McDermott team is led by Kate McDonald, Charlie Buck, Sarah Kitchell and Jeremy Earl with support from a team of McDermott health lawyers with industry leading physician practice management, value-based care, Medicare Advantage and digital health capabilities including Denise Burke, Michael Byrne, James Cannatti, Amanda Enyeart, Marshall Jackson, Gregory Mitchell, Monica Wallace, Patrick Zanayed, Amber Arnold, Ming Chuang, Fabiola Diaz Vera, Grayson Dimick, Melissa Najjar, Adetoro Olugbemi, Danielle Scheer and Li Wang, among others.
CVS Health’s press release is available here.
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