Practice Area:Health Law
Kasey Ciolfi is an associate attorney with the firm's Health Law practice, where she provides services and consultation to many different healthcare providers, including hospitals, clinics, physician groups, skilled care facilities, assisted living residences and other elder care providers, ambulatory surgery centers, EMS providers, and community health centers.
Kasey advises healthcare providers on a variety of state and federal regulatory matters governed by such agencies as the Department of Public Health (DPH), the Health Policy Commission, the Office of Medicaid (MassHealth), the Department of Mental Health, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services, the Office of the Attorney General, the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Kasey also has extensive experience with Medicare Advantage and Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) compliance, including CMS Program and 1/3 Part D Financial Audits, internal auditing and monitoring, and first-tier, downstream and related entities (FDR).
Prior to joining Summit Health Law Partners, Kasey worked in multiple healthcare industries and positions for over a decade. Most recently, she served as a Medicare Regulatory Affairs Manager at a major health plan focusing on FDR oversight, CMS audit preparedness, and regulatory guidance across the organization’s Medicare and Medicaid products.
University of Maine School of Law, J.D. 2013
• Health Law Association, Co-Chair
Worcester State University, B.S. Psychology, magna cum laude, 2010
Health Care Compliance Association
Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC)
Off the Record
Kasey is an avid supporter of farmer's markets, re-usable straws, and true-crime podcasts.
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