Lindsay provides high level counsel to the firm’s healthcare clients on a wide range of healthcare transactional, regulatory and managed care matters. Her vast experience in public health expands her scope in delivering the best results to her clients. She is well-versed and skilled in healthcare licensure, healthcare fraud, waste and abuse, and healthcare compliance matters. She also serves as an extension of her provider clients’ revenue cycle department, maximizing recovery of underpaid and denied healthcare claims. She utilizes her legal expertise, healthcare claims knowledge and industry contacts to resolve complex claims denials, underpayment trends, plan audits and recoupment activity. Lindsay actively turns her clients’ concerns and obstacles into resolved legal issues.
I believe that one of the most important traits of effective legal counsel is commitment to clients and work product. We consistently aim to exceed client expectations by providing timely, dependable work.
In her free time, Lindsay enjoys spending time outdoors, swimming and fishing.
- Palm Beach Atlantic University, B.A.
- University of Maryland School of Law, J.D.
- University of Maryland School of Law, Law and Health Care Certificate Program
- District of Columbia
- Florida Bar Health Law Section
- Member, The National Association of Healthcare Revenue Integrity (NAHRI)
Recognitions / Awards
- Daily Business Review’s Florida Legal Awards “On the Rise” Attorney, 2022
- Clarin M. Schwartz Award, 2015
- Claims Denials and Underpayments—What’s Impacting Your Health Care Clients’ Bottom Line? (Law.com, 2021)
- Uptick in Telehealth Reveals Medical Malpractice Concerns (Bloomberg Law, 2020)
- Reference-Based Pricing: A Cost Containment Model Disrupting the Health Care Market (Law.com, 2020)
- INSIGHT: Telehealth Gets Boost in Response to Covid-19 (Bloomberg Law, 2020)
- The Rise in Mental Health Awareness Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic (Daily Business Review, 2020)
- Changes to Telehealth and the Healthcare Market in the Aftermath of COVID-19 (Orlando Medical News, 2020)
- INSIGHT: Hospital Liability, Infrastructure Concerns During Coronavirus (Bloomberg Law, 2020)
- Does the ADA Allow Disability Policies to Treat Substance Use and Physical Health Conditions Differently? (Benefits Law Journal, 2016)
- Colby v. Union Sec. Ins. Co.: Defining the Risk of Relapse into Substance Abuse as a Current Disability (Journal of Health Care Law & Policy, 2014)
- Health Care Reform: Frequently Asked Questions (University of Maryland Carey School of Law Drug Policy & Public Health Strategies Clinic, 2014)