About Deborah A. Randall
Deborah Randall has over 25 years of experience with the health industry, concentrating in:
health regulations and reimbursement (federal and state); Medicare/Medicaid policy; privacy law, aging services and chronic disease care management; Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias;
long term care, homecare and hospice and other community-based services; and compliance and internal investigations for hospitals, long term care providers, hospices and homecare.
She closely follows telehealth, health information technology (HIT) and remote monitoring, and related research. She was chosen as a Grant Reviewer for the Office of the National Coordinator's $235 million BEACON projects, and HRSA's home telehealth network and license portability grants. Ms. Randall is on the Executive Committee of the Homecare and Remote Monitoring interest group of the American Telemedicine Association, and is a member of two ATA workgroups: standards for urgent/primary care telehealth, and palliative/hospice telehealth.
Ms. Randall is a Board Member of the National Alzheimer's Association, serves on the Public Policy and Governance Committees, and participates in the work of the Association's technology research division "Everyday Technologies for Alzheimer's Disease" (ETAC). She served on the NHPCO's Regulatory Committee from 2010 to 2012. She is a Fellow of the American Health Lawyers' Association, 1 of approximately 60 of the organization's 11,000 members recognized as "lifelong leaders who are regarded as ... the top healthcare attorneys in the health law community."
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Ms. Randall provides legal and consulting services for clients all across the country. Her law office is based in Washington, DC and her consulting business is based in Poinciana, FL.
Please visit the Legal Services and Consulting Services pages for an overview of Ms. Randall's industry experience and service-specific contact information.