Kathryn Gevitz is an associate in the firm’s health care and public finance practice groups. Kathryn advises academic medical centers, hospitals, managed care organizations, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and other health care organizations regarding a broad range of regulatory, compliance, and transactional issues. Kathryn also represents private equity firms and other companies in health care-focused mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to joining the firm, Kathryn was a data manager for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. During law school, Kathryn interned at Boston Medical Center in its Office of General Counsel and Greater Boston Legal Services in its Elder, Health and Disability Unit. Kathryn also served as managing editor of the American Journal of Law and Medicine and co-president of the Boston University School of Law Public Interest Project.
- Health Care Transactions. Advised multiple health care organizations in affiliations, joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings.
- Academic Medical Centers. Advised a national university regarding strategic options related to separation of its university and teaching hospital credit structures.
- Public Finance. Participated in various tax-exempt and taxable bond offerings, bank direct purchases, and commercial debt arrangements for multiple health care and university clients in Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont as borrower’s, bond, and underwriter’s counsel.
- Private Equity. Advised multiple private equity and industry clients in buy-side mergers and acquisitions for physician group, revenue cycle management, health IT, and other health care targets.
- Privacy and Security Compliance. Advised a hospital and an accountable care organization on updating and revising their HIPAA privacy and security policies.
- Digital Health. Advised a nonprofit organization regarding the implementation of its telehealth offerings in multiple states. Advises managed care organizations contracting with service providers to offer telehealth to their members.
- Other Regulatory. Provided regulatory and compliance counseling to health care organizations on a broad range of issues, such as fraud and abuse laws. In particular, advised treatment center on compliance oversight for educational and marketing programs and medical device manufacturer on structural considerations for conforming customer contractual arrangements with anti-kickback statute requirements.
- Pro Bono. Represents applicants for asylum, SIJS, and SSI/SSDI.
- JD, cum laude, Boston University School of Law, 2015; managing editor, American Journal of Law and Medicine; co-president, Public Interest Project; recipient,Spencer R. Koch Memorial Commencement Award
- BA (Health and Societies), cum laude, University of Pennsylvania, 2010; First Team Academic All-Ivy