Regina’s practice focuses primarily on healthcare transactional and regulatory matters for a variety of healthcare providers. Regina’s clients include multi-hospital health systems, academic medical centers, medical practices, physician management companies, and addiction treatment providers.
Regina is well versed in numerous legal challenges faced by healthcare providers and has assisted clients with issues related to investigational research involving human subjects, medical staff bylaws, clinical integration initiatives, multi-state telehealth practice, and HIPAA Privacy and Security rules.
Regina regularly provides guidance on numerous aspects of healthcare compliance, including assisting providers with internal investigations, provider license and certification matters, compliance with state corporate practice of medicine law/regulations, reimbursement and overpayment investigations/demands, and provider scope of practice issues.
Regina also assists clients in various aspects of healthcare operations, including the development and implementation of effective compliance programs, implementation of strategic initiatives, remediation of HIPAA breaches, Stark and Anti-Kickback compliance, and Medicare disenrollment appeals.
Regina’s practice also focuses on negotiating physician practice acquisitions and hospital mergers. Regina’s more than 27 years’ experience working on complex health regulatory transactions has enabled her to adeptly assist clients in the development of cutting-edge initiatives related to the provision of high-quality patient care in a cost-effective manner.
St. John’s University School of LawJD
magna cum laude1993
- Adelphi UniversityBAHistory1989
- Author, End of COVID-19 Emergency: Legal Implications for Healthcare Providers, McGuireWoods Legal Alert, May 1, 2023
- Author, Physicians and Their Employers Must Notify California Patients About Open Payments Database, McGuireWoods Legal Alert, November 9, 2022
- Coauthor, "No Woman is an Island: telemedicine and abortion access after the demise of Roe v. Wade", May 19, 2022