Practice Area:Health Law
Steve Tringale is an associate with Summit Health Law Partners’ Health Law practice, where he provides services and consultation to many different healthcare providers, including hospitals, physician groups, skilled care facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, EMS providers, and community health centers.
Steve also provides general business and corporate legal services in areas such as regulatory and corporate compliance, contracting, employment law, and corporate transactions.
Prior to joining Summit Health Law Partners, Steve worked in the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS), most recently serving as the Chief of Staff to the Commissioner of the Department of Developmental Services (DDS). In this position, Steve oversaw all legislative and government affairs and led the agency’s communications and media relations. Prior to his time at DDS, Steve served as the Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs for EOHHS and spent over three years in the Massachusetts Senate Counsel’s Office.
Suffolk University Law School, J.D. 2017
Trustee Academic Scholarship
Jurisprudence Award: Constitutional Law
University of Vermont, B.A., Political Science, 2011
State and federal regulatory matters; Corporate Formation; Corporate governance; Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement; HIPAA
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