Monica A. Wallace focuses her practice on complex regulatory and transactional counseling to health care organizations, including health systems, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physician groups, dental providers, integrated delivery systems, academic medical centers, DMEPOS and pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers, home health agencies, and venture capital and private equity firms and their health-related portfolio companies.
Monica concentrates her regulatory practice on health care fraud and abuse, Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, reimbursement and billing, legal assessments and audits, compliance programs, and other general regulatory matters including licensure, survey/certification and accreditation. Her transactional practice includes mergers, acquisitions and affiliations, divestitures, hospital/physician joint ventures and corporate reorganization.
Previously, Monica worked with hospital executive management at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics on strategic academic medical center issues.
American Health Lawyers Association; Accreditation, Certification and Enrollment Affinity Group-Vice Chair of Membership and Strategic Planning and Special Projects
Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys
The Field Museum, President’s Leadership Council
Northern Illinois University Alumni Association, Board of Directors
University of Iowa College of Law, JD, with distinction, 2006
University of Iowa College of Public Health, MHA, highest academic performance, 2006
Northern Illinois University, BS, summa cum laude, 2002
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