Megan B.Webb


Los Angeles +

Megan Webb represents health systems, hospitals, and other health care industry clients in matters relating to regulatory compliance and health care transactions. Her experience includes providing analysis regarding compliance with federal and state regulations in the structuring of various health care transactions, including those involving graduate medical education and federally qualified health centers; drafting transaction documents; working with health care providers to develop clinically integrated provider networks and accountable care organizations; counseling clients on reimbursement by government and private payors; and advising health care clients on government investigations. Additionally, Megan has worked with clients in connection with developing reimbursement strategies for digital health initiatives.

Megan also has advised pro bono clients on the formation of nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organizations.

Megan is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA).


  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Arsenal Capital Partners acquires HistoGeneX and Caprion BiosciencesJones Day advised Arsenal Capital Partners on major investments in HistoGeneX and Caprion Biosciences and the subsequent combination of the two businesses.
  • Cleveland Clinic adds Union Hospital to its health systemJones Day advised Cleveland Clinic in connection with the acquisition of Union Hospital.
  • Loma Linda University Medical Center forms clinically integrated networkJones Day advised Loma Linda University Medical Center, an academic medical and research center that operates some of the largest clinical programs in the United States, in connection with the development of University Preferred Health Partners (UPHP), a clinically integrated network serving the Inland Empire region of Southern California. 
  • Major academic medical center forms Medicare accountable care organizationJones Day represented a major academic medical center in connection with the formation of a Medicare accountable care organization ("ACO"), including hundreds of providers in a distributive, shared governance model.
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