Travis Lloyd chairs Bradley’s Healthcare Practice Group, a nationally recognized interdisciplinary team of attorneys and advisors who provide a comprehensive suite of services to virtually the entire spectrum of industry participants.
Travis’s practice focuses on complex regulatory matters. He represents a broad range of healthcare industry clients, including hospitals and health systems, ambulatory surgery centers, long-term care facilities, and behavioral health providers, as well as their strategic partners. He has significant experience in the areas of fraud and abuse, provider enrollment and reimbursement, and health information privacy and security, as well as in the licensure and accreditation of healthcare facilities. His work has earned numerous noteworthy plaudits, including selection by Law360 as one of five “Rising Stars” in healthcare across the country in 2018.
A substantial portion of Travis’s practice involves advising clients on fraud and abuse issues, including those that relate to the federal anti-kickback statute and physician self-referral prohibition commonly known as the Stark law. His experience includes guiding healthcare providers through thorny compliance issues, obtaining advisory opinions, assisting with the structuring of transactions, conducting due diligence analysis for transactions, managing internal compliance reviews and investigations, and making voluntary disclosures to government entities.
Travis also devotes considerable time to various industry organizations. He is an active member of the American Health Lawyers Association and currently serves on the editorial board of its Journal of Health & Life Sciences Law. He also serves as chair of the Healthcare Facility Operations Interest Group within the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section. In addition, he is a member of the Executive Council of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Health Law Section. Travis also writes and speaks frequently on health law matters, and he served as a lead editor for the American Health Lawyers Association’s Representing Hospitals and Health Systems Handbook, a leading resource on the wide range of legal issues that affect hospital systems.
Travis graduated cum laude from Davidson College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree, magna cum laude, from Georgia State University College of Law. Travis also holds a master’s degree in public health from Harvard University, where his work focused on health law and policy.