Rivkin Radler LLP
Claudia Hinrichsen represents healthcare providers and suppliers – including hospitals, physician groups, accountable care organizations (“ACOs”), physician/hospital organizations (“PHOs”), independent practice associations (“IPAs”), and diagnostic and treatment centers – in connection with fraud and abuse, corporate compliance, transactional arrangements, and patient-related legal issues, as well as compliance matters under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”).
Claudia devotes a considerable portion of her practice to representing clients in all aspects of managed care, including IPA/ACO network formation, ACO compliance, and corporate governance; negotiation and dispute resolution with respect to managed care contract issues; payor audits; and pursuing managed care companies for underpayments owed to healthcare providers.
Claudia has contributed to many publications on health law topics ranging from HIPAA and corporate compliance to healthcare fraud and abuse. She frequently lectures on fraud and abuse, HIPAA compliance, and managed care issues before hospitals, medical groups, and state and regional
Claudia is an adjunct professor at Hofstra University’s Zarb School of Business, lecturing on business and health law topics.