Josiah Irvin

Associate

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  • JD, magna cum laude, Boston University School of Law, 2016; articles editor, Boston University Law Review, Health Law with honors concentration
  • BA (Economics), University of North Carolina, 2011; Phi Beta Kappa

Qualifications

  • New York, 2017

Josiah Irvin

Associate

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.

Experience

  • 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.

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