Josiah Irvin joined the firm in 2016 in the corporate department and works primarily in the firm’s health care group. He provides transactional, compliance and regulatory advice to a range of health care clients, including digital health companies; hospitals, health systems, and pharmacies; educational institutions; managed care organizations; pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers; and alternative and innovative health care providers.
During law school, Josiah served as an articles editor of the Boston University Law Review. Prior to law school, Josiah worked as a project manager for a leading supplier of electronic health records.
- Defended health providers and product suppliers in connection with investigations by the United States Attorney’s Office into alleged Medicare fraud.
- Counseled digital health companies and health care providers on compliance with federal and state health information technology, privacy and data security laws, including as related to potential privacy breaches.
- Advised non-profit behavioral health organizations and managed care organizations on opportunities, such as strategic transactions and accountable care organizations, related to New York State Medicaid reform.
- Counseled a for-profit managed care organization in connection with its potential acquisition of another managed care organization.
- Defended a hospital against a state Medicaid overpayment recoupment action.
- Provided regulatory and compliance counseling to health care organizations on a broad range of issues, including federal and state licensure requirements, fraud and abuse laws, insurer regulation, drug payment standards, and federal compliance program requirements.
- Co-author, “HHS Sets Out to Tackle Health Information Access and Exchanges,” Law360 (February 22, 2019)
- Presenter, “Telehealth Web Conference,” Healthcare Association of New York State (April 17, 2018)