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  • Education
    • J.D., University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2002, Order of St. Ives
    • B.A., magna cum laude, University of Colorado, 1996
In order to assist health care clients address their targeted business concerns, Bragg Hemme draws on a wealth of practical experience and a solid understanding of the industry gained during her time as both external and internal counsel. Her experience includes advising clients regarding the complex and ever-changing federal and state regulatory environment. She focuses her practice on government payer concerns such as:
  • Medicare, Medicare advantage,Medicaid and Medicaid managed care reimbursement
  • Enrollment issues and appeals
  • Licensure and certification
  • Regulatory and reimbursement compliance
  • Fraud and abuse 
  • Diligence support of regulatory ad reimbursement issues arising from transactions
  • Payer disputes and audit support 

She approaches each issue with a practical application unique to the client’s context and has a strong background working with numerous health care entities, including:
  • Hospitals, including their provider based departments
  • Behavioral Health Organizations
  • Dialysis suppliers
  • Medical device companies
  • Pharmacies
  • Clinical laboratories
  • Rural Healthcare and other providers servicing underserved or health professional shortage areas
  • Critical access hospitals ("CAHs")
  • Rural health clinics ("CRHCs")
  • FOHCs
  • Community hospitals
Bragg co-chairs Polsinelli's Reimbursement Institute, bringing Polsinelli industry-leaders together to navigate the most complex issues in the evolving reimbursement space. Bragg also co-chairs Polsinelli's Behavioral Health practice area, bringing a unique and multi-disciplinary focus to providers in the behavioral health space. 
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