Recognized since 2022
Health Care Law
Jennifer Vaughan knows healthcare transactional and compliance issues through-and-through. Whether hospitals, healthcare systems, physician practices, provider networks, accountable care organizations, or any of the myriad other organizations that make up the American healthcare landscape, Jennifer is there to help them thrive. She has seen her healthcare clients through all manner of change, including mergers, joint ventures, asset dispositions, affiliations, and regulatory and reimbursement changes. Her strong orientation to the business of healthcare allows her to provide deeply insightful counsel to clients.
Corporate strategies in healthcare raise unique issues. Jennifer has deep understanding of the intricacies involved when healthcare institutions explore new integrated delivery strategies. Stark Law, HIPAA, Medicare fraud: Jennifer is well-versed in all of the compliance and diligence areas healthcare clients must consider when partnering with others in the industry.
Jennifer is entirely focused on helping her clients complete their deals and grow their businesses. Her experience in the complex and rapidly-changing world of healthcare helps her clients identify new opportunities and efficiently close transactions. With a proactive style of communication and focus on business outcomes, Jennifer has a unique ability to help her clients navigate the uncertain waters of the healthcare industry.
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- 303 Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 3600
Atlanta, GA 30308
- Furman University, B.A.
- University of Georgia , J.D.
- Georgia, 1991
- Florida, 1991
- American Health Lawyers Association - Member
- Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys - Member
- State Bar of Florida, Health Law Section - Member
- State Bar of Georgia, Health Law Section - Member
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2023 for work in:
- Health Care Law
- Recognized as one of Georgia's "Top Rated Lawyers" by Martindale-Hubbell and ALM (2012)
Serves on the Firm's IT Governance Committee
Chair of Firm's Privacy Task Force
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