Jeremy Earl focuses his practice on providing complex regulatory counseling and advice to a variety of health care organizations such as health insurers, health maintenance organizations, pharmacy benefit managers, health care providers and other industry stakeholders on federal and state regulatory matters. He also drafted and negotiated numerous value-based provider reimbursement agreements on behalf of managed care entities and health care providers such as accountable care organizations (ACOs), health systems and health insurers. Jeremy has been quoted in trade and national publications, including HealthPayer Intelligence, Modern Healthcare, Managed Care Executive, Business Insurance and Vox.com.
Jeremy regularly counsels clients on compliance with the health insurance market reforms enacted under the Affordable Care Act, including how the federal standards interact with state insurance laws. He also has experience counseling clients on the requirements under government-sponsored managed care programs such as the Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D programs and state Medicaid managed care programs. He frequently provides regulatory counseling in connection with transactions managed care organizations.
While in law school, Jeremy was a staff editor for the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy.
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