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Courtney Tito
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Experience

Courtney counsels and represents clients in the health law industry, including, federal and private payor audits and disputes, reimbursement, contract, corporate, enrollment revocations, payment suspensions, internal investigations, compliance and regulatory, and in responding to federal subpoenas and civil investigative demands. She advises clients in both federal and state matters. 

Courtney has counseled clients on regulatory licensing, compliance, reimbursement, corporate, CLIA standards, state and federal fraud and abuse rules and regulations and telehealth matters. Courtney has also advised clients regarding direct to consumer issues.

Prior to joining the firm, Courtney served as a staff attorney for the Public International Law and Policy Group from 2006 to 2007 in Baghdad, Iraq. She worked with legislators and the Federal Supreme Court advising senior ranking officials on drafting implementing legislation, amending current legislation and amending the Constitution.

Courtney received an M.A. from American University, School of International Service, in 2004. She earned her J.D., cum laude, from American University Washington College of Law in 2003, and a B.A. from James Madison University in 1997.

Credentials

Admissions - State

  • District of Columbia
  • Florida

Education

  • American University, School of International Service
  • American University, Washington College of Law
  • James Madison University

Professional Membership

  • District of Columbia Bar Association 
  • Florida Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Health Section
  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • 2017-2018 AHLA Leadership Development Program, Health Care Liability and Litigation Practice Group
  • 2018-2019 AHLA Health Care Liability and Litigation Practice Group, Social Media Coordinator

Public Service and Volunteerism

  • Volunteer, Big Dog Ranch Rescue
  • Volunteer, Boca Raton Rugby Football Club – Men’s team
Insights

Alerts

External Publications

  • "New DOJ Task Force Centralizes the Federal Government's Fight Against Opioids"  American Health Lawyers Association Bulletin, March 2018
  • "Why are Medical Record Requests So Important?" Florida Bar Health Law Section Newsletter, Winter 2017
Events

Speaking Engagements

  • Presenter, "Payor Disputes and Audits: Updates, Preparations & Best Practices,” American Pathology Foundation 2019 Distance Learning Leadership Science Series, October 2019
  • Presenter, “Payor Disputes & Audits: Observations and Strategies,” 1st Health Compliance, October 2019 
  • Co-Presenter, "Clinical Laboratories and Payer Scrutiny: Increased Audits, Recoupment Actions, Litigation," Strafford Webinar, October 2019
  • Presenter, “Payor Disputes & Audits: Observations and Strategies,” American Pathology Foundation Coding and Practice Seminar, April 2019 
  • Presenter, “Payor Audits: Preparing Your Lab,” Cardinal Health, February 2019
  • Presenter, "Opioids and the Law: Trends in Federal and State Enforcement Initiatives," American Health Lawyers Association, September 2018
  • Co-Presenter, "Clinical Laboratories and Payer Scrutiny," Strafford Webinar, February 2018
  • Co-Presenter, “EMTALA Turned 30: Enforcement Trends and how to ensure compliance in 30 Minutes,” AHLA Health Care Liability and Litigation Practice Group, January 2018
  • International Expert/Panelist, “Federal Supreme Court,” United Nations Multi-Part Dialogue on “Mapping out a New Federal Judicial System for Iraq,” Cairo, Egypt, January 2007
  • Presenter, “Sovereignty, Self-Determination & Terrorism,” International Law Students Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, April 2003
  • Participant in International Roundtable on Comparative Analysis of American Law and Russian Law, The Russian Federation, June 2001
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