Myla Reizen is a partner in the firm’s Miami office. She is a member of the global health care and FDA practice group.
Myla concentrates her practice in health law, representing health systems, hospitals, academic medical centers, home health agencies, skilled nursing facilities, hospices, physician groups, and other health care entities and providers.
Myla focuses her health care practice on government and internal investigations, health care regulatory matters, and compliance. She advises providers on government and qui tam matters ranging from quality of care issues to physician arrangements and coding and billing matters. Myla has been providing a significant amount of information and resources to the nursing home and long term care communities during the pandemic.
Myla has extensive experience developing, implementing, and evaluating compliance programs and negotiating, analyzing, and implementing corporate integrity agreements. Along with compliance, she also has handled complex regulatory and operational matters for providers, such as quality care and fraud and abuse analysis. In addition to her in-depth capabilities on federal issues, Myla has vast experience in complex state regulatory matters. For instance, she has advised on Medicaid managed care arrangements, reimbursement, licensure, fraud and abuse, and innovative and novel state programs.
Myla has substantial in-house experience serving in various in-house roles such as assistant general counsel for a national hospital chain for a number of years. She is also an active member of the Florida Bar and the community. Myla currently serves on the board of Dare To Care, a not for profit organization serving food, clothing and basic needs to the South Florida Community. She currently serves on the board of trustees for Florida Memorial University, the only HBCU in South Florida. She has also held leadership positions on the Florida Bar Health Law Executive Council.
Myla is a frequent presenter in national and state venues on compliance and legal issues. She has been a contributor to a number of national and state publications.
- “Nursing Homes: The New Frontier in the COVID-19 Environment," Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania Webinar, May 28, 2020
- “Nursing Homes: The New Frontier in the COVID-10 Environment,” Health Ethics Trust Webinar, May 18, 2020
- “Post Acute Care Recent Guidance and Lessons Learned,” Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania Webinar, April 9, 2020
- “Stark and Physician Compensation: Hot Topics Do’s, Don’ts, and Pitfalls,” Orlando, Florida, January 24, 2020
- “Data Integrity, Certifications and Government Reporting: Where Do We Go From Here?,” New Orleans, Louisiana, December 7, 2019
- “The Melding of Quality & Compliance,” Miami, Florida, August 2, 2019
- “Recent Conflicts of Interest Events,” St. Augustine, Florida, June 13, 2019
- “Recent Trends in Government Enforcement and Guidance,” Orlando, Florida, November 2, 2018
- “Trends in Government Enforcement and Activities,” Miami, Florida, March 20, 2018
- “Recent Trends in Government Enforcement and Guidance,” Orlando, Florida, November 4, 2016
- “Provider’s Response to the New Frontier of Medicaid,” Las Vegas, Nevada, February 2, 2015
- “Post-Acute Compliance: Regulatory and Compliance Issues in Hospice and Home Health Industries,” Nashville, Tennessee, November 21, 2014
- “Stark, Kickback and Florida Specific Provisions,” Florida Bar Association’s Health Care Regulatory Compliance Seminar, November 7, 2014
- “Top 10 Regulatory Questions Facing Home Care Providers,” Orlando, Florida, July 24, 2014
- “The Effective Role of a Consultant,” Daytona Beach, Florida, June 18, 2014
- “Telemedicine Legal and Regulatory Considerations,” Baltimore, Maryland, May 18, 2014
- “Compliance-Quality, What Is the Overlap,” Jacksonville, Florida, January 29, 2014
- “Florida Audits, Investigations, and Settlements,” Orlando, Florida, November 1, 2013
- “Clinical Appropriateness Implications for Compliance Across the Continuum of Care: Improving Quality and Avoiding Readmissions,” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 15, 2013
- “Clinical Appropriateness: Implications for Compliance Across the Continuum of Care: Improving Quality and Avoiding Readmissions,” Baltimore, Maryland, September 29 – October 1, 2013
- “What is the Connection with Quality and Compliance?” Daytona Beach, Florida, June 2013
- “Readmissions Legal & Compliance Issues from a Home Health Perspective,” Webinar, April 9, 2013
- “Recent Health Care Trends from a Legal and Compliance Perspective,” Hallandale Beach, Florida, March 15, 2013
- “What Compliance Officers Need to Know about Hospital Readmissions,” Baltimore, Maryland, October 1 – 2, 2012
- “Legal Perspectives on Acute/Post Acute Affiliation Agreements,” Webinar, June 5, 2012
- “CMS Proposed Overpayment Rule - Where Do We Go From Here?” Orlando, Florida, May 2012
- “Quality of Care: A Compliance Concern,” Orlando, Florida, January 18, 2012
- “How Nursing Home Operators Can Stay Atop Shifting Coronavirus Regulations,” Health Care Business Today, July 28, 2020
- "COVID:19 case study: US long-term care facilities," Facility Perspectives, Vol. 14, No. 2.,
- “Multiple DOJ Settlements Relating to Electronic Health Records Systems- What Does This Mean for Health Care Entities Today?,” The RAP Sheet, a publication of the American Health Lawyers Association, May 20, 2019
- “Florida’s False Claims Act – Did You Know It Changed Last Year,” Health Care Law Today, March 10, 2014
- “Should Readmissions Be On A Compliance Officer’s Radar?” Compliance Today, Health Care Compliance Association, August 2013
- “OIG Work Plan Fiscal Year 2013 - What's New And What's Still On The Radar?” The Florida Bar Health Law Section Newsletter, March 2013
- “Could Your Organization Be Subject To A Zone Property Integrity Contractors Audit?” The Advisory Board Law Review, November 30, 2012
- “Legal Checklist For Acute-Post-Acute Affiliation Agreements,” The Advisory Board, July 2012
- “Overpayment Rule Proposed,” The Florida Bar Health Law Section Newsletter, July 2012
- “Readmissions And Continuum Of Care: What Is The Role Of Compliance?” Compliance Today, Health Care Compliance Association, July 2012
- “The Law Review: Readmissions And Continuum Of Care,” The Daily Briefing, December 13, 2011
- “RAC Update: Further Changes And Expansions On The Horizon,” Louisiana Ledger, April 18, 2011
- “What's New In Health Care 2010,” Special Supplement to the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, November 2010
- “Quality Of Care: A Key Area In OIG’s Draft Supplemental Compliance Program Guidance for Nursing Facilities,” The Florida Bar Health Law Section Newsletter, December 2008
- “Quality Of Care In Compliance Cases,” Compliance Today, Health Care Compliance Association, April 2008