With over 30 years of experience as a lawyer in New Hampshire, Andrew’s health care practice encompasses contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and other transactional matters, federal and state regulatory issues, and corporate and non-profit governance. He works extensively with Federally Qualified Health Centers and regularly advises clients on compliance with the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Physician Self-Referral (Stark) law, as well as the SUPPORT Act, EKRA, and Quality Payment Program participation in MIPS and Alternative Payment Models. He has handled numerous HIPAA and state privacy law matters, and counsels hospitals, FQHCs, physician organizations, CCRCs, and independent providers and physicians on licensing, credentialing, and physician employment and recruitment. Andrew has extensive experience working with charitable trusts and non-profit entities.
Andrew’s experience includes representation of the N.H. aggregate (sand and gravel mining) industry, work as a registered lobbyist for cellular phone companies, and appointment as a hearings officer for the State of New Hampshire Banking Department.
In September 2016, then-Governor Hassen appointed Andrew to the N.H. Public Employee Labor Relations Board as Chair for a 6-year term.