Emily Wey sees a client’s perspective from the inside out, and Emily is experienced in the business of health care. She has served as in-house counsel for major players in her practice areas of private health care reimbursement and health information technology, and appreciates the value of an attorney supporting the business enterprise. This experience allows her to understand health care provider, health care payer, and technology provider perspectives when it comes to providing, coordinating, and being paid for health care.
Emily’s clients depend on her well-rounded background to structure health care delivery systems
that meet the changing needs of 21st century health care – a landscape in which integrated
delivery of care utilizing technology solutions meets quality-driven payment for that care.
Emily’s experience covers every aspect of the cycle of payment for health care. From transaction
work, to establishing provider networks, to negotiation and management of payment relationships, to settlement of payment disputes, Emily is inspired by innovative solutions in the health care delivery and payment space, and looks forward to helping clients continue the evolution of health care.
- Served as general outside counsel to provider owned health plans and care management organizations.
- Served as an arbitrator in multiple large scale payer-provider disputes.
- Successfully represented hospital system client’s regulatory and compliance interests in
- acquisition of Medicare Advantage organization.
- Successfully negotiated an integrated care management relationship between an ICM
- company and a Medicare Advantage special needs health plan.
- Prepared, updated, and implemented complete HIPAA compliance programs for various
- types of health care providers.
- Counseled multiple types of health care providers in responding to Office of Civil Rights
- audits and investigations.
- Assisted client in responding to request for proposal (RFP) for multi-year, multi-million
- government health care services contract, through to contract award.
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