Marshall E. Jackson, Jr. focuses his practice on transactional and regulatory counseling for clients in the health care industry, as well as advises clients on the legal, regulatory and compliance aspects of digital health.
Marshall provides counseling and advice to hospitals and health systems, private equity firms and their portfolio companies, post/sub-acute providers, physician practices, and other public and private health care companies in a variety of complex transactions and health regulatory compliance matters. Marshall assists clients in all aspects of health care transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic affiliations. Marshall focuses his regulatory practice on advising clients with respect to federal and state health care fraud and abuse compliance, reimbursement issues, behavioral and mental health regulatory compliance, licensure, and operational matters.
Marshall advises health care providers, private equity firms and their portfolio companies, and technology companies involved in “digital health” – the intersection of health software applications, analytical tools, medical technology and electronic data assets enabled by the Internet and mobile devices –on a variety of legal, regulatory and compliance matters with a particular focus on digital health topics, including telehealth, telemedicine, mobile health and consumer wellness. Such engagements include assisting clients in developing and implementing telehealth programs by advising on issues related to professional licensure, scope of practice, informed consent, prescribing and reimbursement.
Prior to joining McDermott, Marshall was an associate in the health care and life sciences practice group of a national law firm. He earned his law degree with a health law concentration and, while in law school, served as senior articles editor of the Journal of Healthcare Law and Policy and as captain of the National Trial Team.
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