Greenman Joins Lane Powell’s Long Term Care and Seniors Housing Client Service Team
Greenman focuses his practice on regulatory and complex matters involving long term care and senior housing providers. As the former Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Oregon Health Care Association, and a member of the American Health Care Association Legal Committee, he possesses in-depth knowledge of the laws and regulations governing the entire continuum of long term care providers. Greenman regularly advises clients on risk management, compliance with state and federal regulations, reimbursement issues, HIPAA compliance and public policy matters.
Greenman has extensive experience working with state regulatory agencies and key players in the industry, and commonly assists providers with managing compliance. Greenman previously served on the Oregon Elder Abuse Prevention Work Group and is a current member of the Governor’s Commission on Senior Services, where he provides advice on the needs and legal protections of vulnerable adults in Oregon. Prior to attending law school, he spent five years working for the U.S. House of Representatives, including two years as professional majority staff for the Committee on Energy and Commerce, where he planned and implemented Congressional oversight for the Medicare program.
Greenman earned his J.D. from the University of Wyoming College of Law and his B.S. in Political Science from Lewis & Clark College.