Mary (Mimi) Moll Alexandre works with clients across all sectors of the health care industry, with particular focus on providing regulatory advice regarding managed care, provider reimbursement, and pharmaceutical and medical device issues. In this regard, Mimi has a range of advocacy experience, including representing clients in matters before the Provider Reimbursement Review Board and drafting written comments for submission to various government agencies.
Mimi also counsels clients on transactional matters and has experience in transactions involving hospitals and health systems, insurance companies, clinical research organizations, and pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers.
Previously, Mimi completed internships with the US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the General Counsel, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Division, and the US Food and Drug Administration, Office of Policy and Planning. While in law school, Mimi was named a Mordecai Scholar and a Duke University Scholar. She also served on the editorial board of the Duke Law Journal and won the Dean’s Award in administrative law.
Assisted a specialty health care company in its $700 million senior note offering
Provided regulatory counseling to a private equity fund in its acquisition of a national provider of specialty pharmacy, pharmacy management, pharmacy benefits management and third-party administrator services
Drafted administrative filings on behalf of a hospital seeking sole community hospital status
Represented an individual in an appeal for Social Security disability benefits
American Health Lawyers Association Pro Bono Champion
American Bar Association
American Health Lawyers Association
Duke University School of Law, JD, cum laude, 2012
College of William and Mary, BA, summa cum laude, 2007
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