Lindsay N.Szymanski

Associate

Los Angeles + 1.213.243.2348

Lindsay Szymanski represents providers in a variety of commercial disputes concerning management and reimbursement of services. She has experience challenging underpayments by health plans for out-of-network services pursuant to "reasonable and customary" calculations, as well as underpayments made under contract. Lindsay also provides regulatory advice to digital health companies regarding corporate governance and reimbursement. Lindsay is on the editorial board of "Vital Signs," Jones Day's quarterly publication overviewing legal developments impacting digital health providers.

Prior to law school, Lindsay worked as a Teach For America corps member in Houston, Texas. She is an alumni at the Riordan Leadership Institute, a fellowship that prepares professionals for civic leadership as nonprofit board members. Lindsay currently serves on the Board of Managers of the Westchester Family YMCA.

Experience

  • Cardinal Health acquires the Bendcare CPO-GPO entity and makes a minority investment in the Bendcare MSOJones Day advised Cardinal Health, Inc. in the acquisition of the Bendcare group purchasing organization (CPO-GPO) entity and a minority investment in the Bendcare management services organization (MSO).
  • Ascension enters into strategic laboratory collaboration with LabcorpJones Day is advising Ascension with respect to its strategic alliance with Labcorp whereby Labcorp will manage Ascension’s hospital-based laboratories in 10 states and purchase the assets of the health system’s outreach laboratory business.
  • PWNHealth and Home Access Health Corporation sold to Everlywell, forming Everly HealthJones Day advised PWNHealth LLC and Home Access Health Corporation in its sale to Everlywell, a leading digital health company, and forming Everly Health.
  • Digital health companies, specialty hospitals, and health systems maintain compliance with multistate requirements through 50-state surveyJones Day is representing digital health companies, specialty hospitals, and health systems in maintaining compliance with multistate requirements through a regularly updated, extensive 50-state survey on state laws and regulations applicable to telehealth activities of physicians and other health care professionals including licensing, establishing patient relationships, provider-to-provider consulting, supervision and delegation among providers, and prescribing and treatment standards.
  • Telemedicine provider expands telehealth programming in response to COVID-19 public health crisisJones Day represented a telemedicine provider in their expansion of telehealth programming in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis.