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Drew R. Barnholtz Counsel

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Drew Barnholtz brings to Ifrah Law over 15 years of corporate, entrepreneurial and law firm experience, focused on regulatory and transactional matters in the life sciences, health care and manufacturing industries.  His clients value his advice, knowing that it is informed by a career that is rich in the kinds of experience that yields keen insights, good judgement, and a bottom-line business orientation.

Before joining Ifrah Law, Drew served as a corporate lawyer whose transactional experience was particularly diverse.  He also knows first-hand the challenges faced by in-house counsel.  He served as Assistant General Counsel at Invacare Corporation, a $1+ billion manufacturer of durable medical equipment; and as Assistant General Counsel for University Hospitals, one of the nation’s leading health care systems.   In these positions Drew tackled a number of complex issues, including:

  • Advising clients on commercial transactions, acquisitions/divestitures, compliance, licensure, bond financing, and a variety of agreements
  • Drafting and implementing a range of compliance programs (including for HIPAA), policies and procedures, accreditation applications, and Plans of Correction for deficiencies cited in a survey
  • Providing analysis and opinions on Stark and the Anti-Kickback Statute for pharmacy, post-acute, physician and lab clients
  • Drafting a private placement memorandum, business plan and subscription agreement for a start-up company
  • Providing regulatory interpretation and advice for medical equipment manufacturers regarding FDA registration and listing requirements
  • Negotiating, as a key team member, a Consent Decree with the FDA, and the remediation and planning efforts required to comply with the Consent Decree

Drew has spoken to health care industry gatherings on numerous topics including the Affordable Care Act, responding to FDA investigations and negotiating consent decrees, and trends in hospice care investigations and enforcement, as well as written several articles.

"To Refer, Or Not To Refer? OIG’s Outdated Health Care Referral Restrictions," Healthcare Business TodayMarch 24, 2016
Drew Barnholtz, Presenter, "Compliance Trends For SNFs, ALCs & Hospices," AHLA's Long Term Care and The Law, Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Orlando, FLFebruary 24, 2016

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