Madison is a partner in the Healthcare practice, a member of the firm’s Hospitals & Health Systems industry team, and a co-chair of the firm’s Women’s Initiative. Madison focuses her practice on providing regulatory counseling in the healthcare, healthcare technology, and life sciences industries. She represents a range of clients, including hospitals, health systems, physician and other practitioner groups, post-acute providers, and private equity investors. Madison provides guidance on federal and state issues relating to privacy and security (HIPAA/HITECH Act), telehealth, regulatory compliance and investigations, self-disclosures and repayments, state licensure and permit matters, conditions of participation and reimbursement issues, operational contracting, and regulatory diligence in healthcare transactions.
Prior to joining AGG, Madison served as in-house counsel to a national healthcare information technology company, where she provided counseling with a practical, operational focus. Madison graduated from Emory University School of Law, receiving a Juris Doctorate, with honors, and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. During law school, she served as president of the Health Law Society; while at the University of Georgia, she was a research assistant in the UGA Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory.