Terry Brooks’ career in health care began in 1968 as the legislative director for the American Osteopathic Association. With more than 35 years of experience in health and hospital law, she now represents clients across the full spectrum of health care, including health care systems and institutions, physicians, specialty providers, pharmaceutical companies, managed care entities, health-related companies, financial institutions, units of government and trade associations, and public equity firms.
Before entering private practice, Terry served as director of legal affairs and policy development for the Michigan Hospital Association. She also served as the director of the Washington office of the American Osteopathic Hospital Association and was the associate director for federal agency liaison of the Washington Office of the American Hospital Association.
Her practice focuses on the legislative, regulatory, and policy issues in the health industry, as well as transactions and operational issues affecting clients. She also has experience as director of EBG Advisers (a health care consultancy), as well as in leadership positions within law firms.
Terry is a frequent lecturer and author on health and hospital law and policy, including Medicare and Medicaid reform and payment policy, HITECH, and health care policy and regulation.