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Paige Jennings
Paige M. Jennings
Washington +1 202 662 5855 Download V-card

Paige Jennings assists clients with matters related to Medicare, Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act, pharmaceutical pricing, federal anti-kickback law, health information technology, and health care data and privacy. Ms. Jennings has particular experience with administrative appeals filed with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and related challenges in federal court.

  • Successfully represented state government in appeal of nearly $100 million federal Medicaid disallowance.
  • Representing hospital provider in litigation to recover reimbursement for emergency services rendered to Affordable Care Act plan enrollees.
  • Representing health benefits company in administrative appeal of HHS decision involving the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit program.
  • Representing state government in appeal of $200 million federal Medicaid disallowance related to complex real estate and financial transactions.
  • Assisted in preparation of amicus brief in King v. Burwell, No. 14-114 (U.S. Supreme Court 2015).
  • Advised pharmaceutical clients on 340B pricing, Medicaid drug rebates, Medicare Part B pricing, and health care data transparency issues.
  • Advised clients on issues related to the federal anti-kickback statute.
  • Represented multiple state government clients in challenging disallowances of funds in federal programs.

Pro Bono

  • Successfully challenged federal agency’s withholding of Affordable Care Act data from national non-profit organization in Freedom of Information Act suit. Secured releases of requested data for use in client’s online health plan comparison tools for consumers in multiple states.
  • Advised non-profit organization on policy options for providing District of Columbia low-income seniors with home accessibility modifications.
  • Represented local non-profit organization in administrative proceeding concerning the community health reinvestment obligations of a not-for-profit insurer.

Previous Experience

  • U.S. Senator John Breaux, Legislative Assistant
  • U.S. Senator Tom Carper, Legislative Assistant
  • WellPoint, Inc., Federal Health Policy Manager
  • Federal Trade Commission, Charles H. March Fellow
  • U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Intern