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  • Education
    • Master of Health Administration, summa cum laude , Georgia State University, 2012
    • J.D., cum laude, Georgia State University College of Law, 2011, Inaugural Student Health Law Award Recipient
    • B.A., Georgia State University, 2004
  • Court Admissions
    • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia, 2012
    • Supreme Court of Georgia, 2011
    • State of Georgia, 2011
    • State of Tennessee, 2011
Raymond Lindholm applies his creative talents, training and experience to developing innovative solutions that help his health care clients navigate a wide range of complex business and regulatory issues. With a focus on resolving clients’ legal issues for the benefit of their business, Raymond counsels both public and private clients in numerous industries, including: 
  • Hospital systems
  • Clinical laboratories
  • Durable medical equipment manufacturers and suppliers
  • Group purchasing organizations
  • Physician groups
Raymond has provided guidance on matters ranging from government investigations in fraud and abuse to general corporate contracting and operational issues. His expertise includes analyzing and advising clients on issues related to: 
  • Internal investigations
  • Stark and Anti-Kickback compliance
  • HIPAA compliance
  • False Claims Act investigations

Raymond has experience assisting health care organizations under government investigation, representing clients in third party payment disputes including commercial payers, Medicare and Medicaid, negotiating and drafting agreements related to joint ventures, physician recruitment and employment, clinical co-management, and vendor agreements. In addition, he has extensive experience assisting clients with licensure and enrollment issues. Clients value his earnest representation of their business interests, accompanied with a devotion to understanding their businesses and the challenges they face in their particular industries.


  • Advocated on behalf of DME supplier client to get statistical extrapolation thrown out and reduce ZPIC audit demand from an initial $15,000,000 to less than $300,000 after only two levels of appeal.
  • Found solution for hospital system client that allowed them to avoid an estimated $1,500,000 Medicare repayment related to a nephrologist physician employee.
  • Assisted clinical laboratory client in structuring, negotiating, drafting and executing preferred vendor agreement with referral website and physician network.
  • Successfully negotiated with CMS to remove emergency medicine physician group from 100 percent prepay review.
  • Served as outside litigation counsel for several Georgia health systems, and in that capacity conducted numerous internal investigations related to physician services, protected health information disclosures and overpayments
  • Conducted internal review for international DME company related to complaint of document falsification
  • Three separate and simultaneous government investigations related to a national ambulance company for three separate locations in New York, Colorado and Arizona
  • Government investigation related to a specialty pharmacy and potential Anti-Kickback issues
  • Conducted internal review for national oxygen company related to terminated employee’s allegations of altered records
  • Conducted internal review for large health system related to improper billing and negotiated refund
  • Defended three separate FCA actions related to a hospice company with locations in Wisconsin, Mississippi and Alabama
  • Defended FCA action related to independent diagnostic testing facilities where the government intervened in Tennessee
  • Defended government investigation and subsequent FCA action for LTACH related length of stay in Texas; negotiated final settlement with DOJ and Relator’s counsel
  • Defended government investigation and subsequent FCA action related to DME company in Georgia
  • Defended two separate government investigations related to national emergency medicine group
  • Defended hospital investigation from state Medicaid agency
  • Defended RAC audits and subsequent appeals for multiple regional health systems
  • Defended ZPIC audit and subsequent appeals for chain of sleep labs
  • Defended PSC audit appeal for national lab company
  • Defended commercial payor audit and subsequent appeals with extrapolated demand; successfully negotiated overturning extrapolation
  • Defended nursing home audit from Medicare Contractor