Who is PT Genie?
PT Genie is a digital health company providing in-clinic and remote physical therapy that keeps patients connected with their providers to drive improved outcomes. A wearable device that keeps patients motivated, measures their progress, and enables providers to monitor outcomes more closely, PT Genie is advancing physical therapy to new levels. Through PT Genie, healthcare providers have a way to measure their patients as well as their own success.
What You’ll Do:
The Part-Time In-House Attorney will provide legal advice to the PT Genie executive team to support the achievement of operations, business, and strategic goals and opportunities. This person will work side by side with our executive team to execute and review contracts, review CMS/Coding laws and regulations, and provide legal guidance on our healthcare initiatives. You will work approximately 10 hours a week, 40 hours a month. Responsibilities include:
- Provide recommendations on the application of health care federal, state, and local laws and regulations which affect the operations of PT Genie
- Review, draft, and negotiate contracts including software licensing agreements, service agreements, consulting agreements, etc.
- Draft, review and negotiate managed care provider agreements with health plans including commercial, Medicaid managed care, and Medicare Advantage
- Assess, review and negotiate performance, value, and risk-based healthcare arrangements
- Provide advice, strategic support and education about managed care compliance matters, including issues related to participation and enrollment in Medicaid and Medicare
Who We’re Looking For:
We are looking for an experienced attorney with strong negotiation skills who will spend 10 hours a week advising our executive team on all legal related matter. In addition, you will have the following skills and qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree and J.D from an accredited institution required
- Must be licensed to practice in Florida (other states are a plus)
- Minimum of 7 years’ experience in healthcare law on a national basis; 10 years + preferred
- Strong negotiation skills a must
- Prior experience working with Medicare, CMS or with payors required
- Medical coding knowledge required
- Extremely skilled in reviewing and creating contracts
- Experience in M&A/Capital Raise
- Any prior experience working with Medicare, CMS or with payors or managed care