Stephanie Hoffmann serves clients in the healthcare industry on an array of regulatory, operational, and transactional matters. She regularly assists hospitals, healthcare systems, and other provider types with mergers and acquisitions, particularly in connection with the complex licensure and regulatory questions that can arise in the context of a transaction. Stephanie also advises healthcare clients on Medicare and Medicaid certification, compliance, and payment matters, as well as out-of-network balance billing laws and other issues affecting provider payment. She has experience helping clients with a variety of state and federal regulatory requirements, including facility licensure and the certificate of need application process.
Prior to joining the firm, Stephanie served in the business development unit of a commercial health insurance company, worked extensively on legal and economic issues related to the national health reform law, and worked in operations and development at an international women’s health organization.
Stephanie received her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she served as executive editor of the Journal of Business Law and president of the Bioethics Society. She also earned a Master of Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Stephanie completed her undergraduate studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with highest distinction. Stephanie is an adjunct professor at Belmont University College of Law, where she teaches Biomedical Ethics.