McGuireWoods “Healthcare Headlines” Video Series Tracks Industry Trends

March 25, 2021

Healthcare Headlines Video Series

McGuireWoods’ “Healthcare Headlines” video series provides insight on business, litigation and regulatory developments affecting healthcare providers and investors. The initiative builds on the success of a video series the firm produced in 2020 to update healthcare clients on important industry developments during the COVID-19 crisis.

Hosted by partner Amber McGraw Walsh, chair of McGuireWoods’ nationally recognized Healthcare Department, the series features guests discussing developments in areas such as digital health, False Claims Act litigation and investigations, provider services issues and private equity concerns. Videos are posted on McGuireWoods’ YouTube and social media channels.

“We received a tremendous response to our COVID-19 video updates and are excited to take this next step to help clients and industry stakeholders stay on top of important developments in the healthcare industry,” Walsh said.

The premiere episode of “Healthcare Headlines” features a conversation about digital health with partner Andrea Lee Linna, a member of the firm’s digital health, technology and innovation group.

This initiative continues the expansion of McGuireWoods’ robust thought leadership platform to keep clients and players across the healthcare industry informed on the latest legislative and regulatory developments in Washington, D.C., and across the country. McGuireWoods lawyers also share insights on the firm’s Healthcare Investor blog; the “Across the Table” podcast covering healthcare private equity and finance; and the “Edible Bites” video webinar series on developments in the cannabis and life sciences industries.

McGuireWoods is nationally recognized for its experience representing hospitals and other healthcare institutions in major corporate transactions. The firm is a dominant player in private equity deals involving physician practices, hospitals, outpatient and urgent care providers, pharmacies, medical device manufacturers and distributors, and other vital healthcare services.

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