Drawing on her experience as legal advisor on senior leadership teams within private equity and venture capital health care portfolio companies, Tania offers practical legal guidance and thoughtful, actionable solutions to health care regulatory challenges to a wide range of strategic operational initiatives and business objectives.
Assessing and performing diligence on compliance programs of acquisition targets, including physician practices, pharmacies, and health IT companies.
Tania Khan is counsel in Alston & Bird’s health care regulatory group. Tania focuses her practice on provider-side regulatory issues, including advising on health care fraud and abuse such as the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute, Medicare coverage and payment rules, corporate practice of medicine, fee-splitting laws, scope of practice, and HIPAA incidents. She advises on matters involving physician office laboratories, compounding pharmacies, in-office dispensing, ambulatory surgery centers, DMEPOS, physical therapy, anesthesia services, telehealth and other digital health applications, physician arrangements, clinical research, issues in connection with the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund, and regulatory issues within health care transactions. Having served inside corporate legal departments, Tania has unique insight into and appreciation of the business, clinical, and operational aspects of health care. She enjoys collaborating with and guiding clients in navigating complex regulatory issues to achieve strategic objectives.
Before joining Alston & Bird, Tania served in senior legal roles in private equity-owned and venture-backed physician practice management organizations, following several years of private practice at a large, New York–based law firm and in-house at a blue-chip technology company. Her unique combination of first-hand, client-side experience and broad-based legal experience spanning health care, global finance and technology transactions, litigation, and corporate governance informs her holistic approach to her law practice.