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  • Education
    • J.D., Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2019, Certificates in Health Law and Compliance Studies, Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy Fellow
    • B.A., University of Michigan, 2016, Political Science

Mary Canavan is an associate in the Health Care Operations practice. She is committed to delivering clients with strategic solutions tailored to their specific needs. She utilizes her background in health law and her prior experience as a health care consultant to assist with transactional, operational and regulatory counsel on many complex matters that impact the health care industry. Mary provides reimbursement, provider-based status, 340B drug pricing program, licensing/certification, DEA, billing and coding and other regulatory support to a broad set of health care entities including academic medical centers, multi-hospital health systems, community hospitals, FQHCs, institutional and retail pharmacies, among others. Mary’s practice includes:

  • Providing 340B regulatory, compliance, audit, repayment, self-disclosure, litigation and contract support to Covered Entities, Contract Pharmacies and other key stakeholders.
  • Assisting with licensing and enrollment matters with Medicare, Medicaid, and various state agencies.
  • Preparing CARES Provider Relief Fund and FEMA applications and reporting related to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency.
  • Structuring and negotiating a variety of transactions, including provider-based conversions, physician practice acquisitions, mergers, and acquisitions.

Counseling various provider types on complex health care reimbursement and cost report matters, including Medicare, Medicaid and private payor reimbursement, to ensure consistent cash flow and compliance with applicable rules.

Prior to joining Polsinelli, Mary was a consultant at a nationwide health care consulting firm specializing in provider enrollment services, 340B auditing and compliance, certificate of need, micro hospital consulting, IDTF and LTACH consulting.