Brett Elliott’s practice focuses on healthcare regulatory compliance to ensure healthcare providers comply with federal and state regulatory requirements and have policies, practices and programs in place to maintain compliance. She regularly advises clients on a variety of health care matters, including compliance with fraud and abuse, physician self-referral, privacy and security, corporate practice of medicine, and other laws and regulations governing the provision of health care services. She also assists clients with various transactional matters, including provider contracts, management services agreements, and assessing healthcare regulatory risks in mergers and acquisitions.
Brett also represents healthcare providers and other clients in employment matters and disputes, including discrimination, wrongful termination, non-competition / non-solicit / confidentiality agreements, FMLA leave, and wage and hour and overtime pay.
Prior to joining Karr Tuttle Campbell, Brett was a trial attorney in the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. In that capacity, she led several healthcare investigations and litigated cases under the False Claims Act. These matters involved alleged violations of the federal Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law, and Medicare and Medicaid regulations governing hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, behavioral healthcare facilities, home health care, and other healthcare providers.
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Brett has been designated a top-rated health care attorney by Super Lawyers