Ankur works with a range of health industry clients. He represents health plans on issues arising under Medicare Advantage, Part D, and health insurance exchanges, as well as health care providers on a variety of complex enforcement, compliance, regulatory and litigation matters.
Before entering private practice, Ankur was a federal health care fraud prosecutor in the Attorney General’s Honors program and counsel to the US Senate Judiciary Committee, under then-Chairman Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
Advises Medicare Advantage organizations on risk adjustment compliance obligations relating to risk adjustment data, and represents clients in administrative appeals of risk adjustment data validation audits
Obtained dismissals, government declinations and settlements of multiple False Claims Act and qui tam investigations and lawsuits against Medicare Advantage organizations, hospitals, home health agencies and other providers
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