Doris Dike's healthcare expertise is both deep and wide, covering regulatory compliance, contracts, health care operation audits, and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) oversight. Before founding the law firm, Doris worked as a health care attorney and compliance officer. She developed and managed compliance programs that addressed government and industry requirements and their many implications. Her core areas of knowledge include risk assessments, Medicare and Medicaid law, the False Claims Act, the federal Anti-Kickback Statute, and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act.
During her years with the home health industry, Doris served as an executive-level advisor, interpreting complex policies and educating corporate leadership on compliance requirements. She ensured that dozens of company locations across multiple states complied with processes and procedures consistently and effectively. This work also involved reviewing business association agreements, nurse practitioner agreements, hospice and private duty contracts, and new contract proposals from private payers.
She has experience in medical license defense and nursing license defense.
Doris is a member of the American Bar Association Health Law Section, the Dallas Bar Association Health Law Section, and the American Health Lawyers Association
- Washington and Lee University School of Law
- University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
- B.S. (2010) | Health Administration
- Wellness Expert: How Entrepreneurs Can Own a Medical Practice
- D Ceo Healthcare
- The Travel Act A new weapon in the Healthcare fraud fight
- Dallas Medica Journal
- Market your practice without violating the Anti-Kickback Statute
- Physicians practice
- HIPAA compliance tips for small medical practices
- Medical Economics
- 10 tips to avoid embezzlement at your medical practice
- Medical Economics
- State Bar of Texas # 24105900
- Credit Cards Accepted
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