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Cassandra L. Paolillo

Associate

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+1.617.348.1828

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Cassie’s practice primarily involves advising health care clients on transactional and regulatory matters, including mergers and acquisitions, regulatory compliance, and general contracting.

Throughout her career, Cassie has worked with providers, payors, and individual patients, so she understands the unique challenges facing clients in the ever-changing health care landscape.

Prior to joining Mintz, Cassie worked as in-house counsel at a national senior living company. There she advised the business on matters related to state and federal health care regulations, physician arrangements, reimbursement, fraud and abuse, and HIPAA/privacy. She also oversaw all contracting matters for the company’s skilled nursing division.

Cassie’s in-house experience informs current her practice, enabling her to anticipate and relate to clients’ legal and business needs.

During her time at Suffolk University Law School, Cassie had the privilege of representing indigent clients before the Social Security Administration and Suffolk Probate Court as a student attorney with the school’s Health Law Clinic. She also served as Editor-in-Chief of Suffolk’s Journal of Health & Biomedical Law.

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School (JD, summa cum laude)
  • Boston College (BA, cum laude)

Involvement

  • Member, American Health Lawyers Association
  • Member, Boston Bar Association

Viewpoints

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (“CHIP”), created in 1997, helps states provide health care coverage to low-income children up to age 19 whose families fall above the Medicaid eligibility threshold but are unable to afford private insurance.
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CMS releases Final Rule Overhauling Long-Term Care Facility Requirements

October 10, 2016 | Blog | By Lauren Moldawer, Cassandra Paolillo

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released its final rule overhauling long-term care (LTC) facility participation requirements for Medicare and Medicaid (“Final Rule”).
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