Diane Millman joined PPSV after having served as a partner at McDermott, Will & Emery’s Washington, DC office. Ms. Millman’s practice encompasses the full range of transactional, regulatory and legislative services; however, in recent years, she has focused primarily on the representation of physicians, ambulatory care providers, and professional and trade associations.
Ms. Millman represents these clients before the Centers for Medicare and Medicare Services and other federal agencies as well as before Congress on various Medicare and Medicaid payment, fraud and abuse, physician self-referral, and other issues arising under federal law. She also counsels these clients with respect to state law regulation, including state self-referral, fee-splitting, corporate practice of medicine and similar issues. Ms. Millman frequently represents clients regarding various contractual negotiations, including managed care negotiations, and she has established several provider networks for the purposes of managed care contracting.
In addition, Ms. Millman represents manufacturers and suppliers of new medical technology with regard to coding, coverage and reimbursement matters arising from the introduction of new health care technologies into the marketplace.
Over the years, Ms. Millman has developed special expertise in the representation of various ambulatory care providers, including surgical centers, diagnostic imaging centers, and cancer centers. She has worked with physicians, hospitals, management companies and other entities to establish both freestanding and hospital-based ambulatory care centers, including radiation oncology centers, diagnostic imaging centers, mobile testing facilities and various other health care providers.
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