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Tess Meyer counsels clients on a variety of healthcare regulatory, transactional, compliance and operational matters. Her clients include hospitals, provider groups, behavioral health organizations, insurers, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, private equity firms and other healthcare stakeholders. She routinely advises clients on a wide range of federal and state health care issues, including HIPAA and HITECH compliance, fraud and abuse, licensure, scope of practice rules, corporate practice of medicine, change of ownership and Medicare and Medicaid enrollment. She conducts regulatory compliance assessments and advises on and drafts policies and procedures. She also provides regulatory counsel for mergers and acquisitions and assists clients with due diligence and agreement drafting and negotiation.



  • Conducted regulatory due diligence and agreement negotiations for multiple large private equity firms. Acquisitions included behavioral health providers, ambulatory surgery centers, and home health agencies.
  • Counseled national substance abuse treatment provider through change of ownership issues related to a bankruptcy and sale. Completed change of ownership for multiple license types held across numerous states.
  • Drafted updated HIPAA policies and procedures and Sunshine Act compliance standard operating procedures for medical device companies.
  • Provide ongoing regulatory counseling for clients across the health care, pharmaceutical and medical device spaces.
  • PwC, 2015-2019
    • Manager, Health & Welfare, 2018-2019
    • Senior Associate, 2015-2018
  • Account Executive, GYMR (the Reis Group), 2014-2015
  • Intern, Health Care Policy, Health Care Industry Access Initiative, 2012
  • Clerk, Pro Se Unit, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, 2011

Recognition & Leadership

  • American Health Lawyers Association


  • J.D., American University Washington College of Law, 2013
    • Note & Comment Editor, Administrative Law Review
  • B.A., University of Southern California, 2008
  • District of Columbia