Margaret Lane focuses her practice on health care regulatory work, including licensing opinions and regulatory matters, and work related to health care facility policies and agreements. She works with state regulators in connection with securing licenses for long term care facilities, and previously led the nonprofit Washington Vaccine Association. READ MORE
Margaret’s vast experience in the health care industry includes representing diverse health care facilities, long term care facilities in financing transactions, working for a multi-state health insurer where she directed the public policy and regulatory team, and as a health care consultant. She has worked on projects relating to Skilled Nursing, Nursing Homes, health reform, ACOs, vaccines, market assessments, and medical respite.
She drafts and review contracts, including arbitration agreements, long term care resident admission agreements, and institutional long term care pharmacy agreements.
When COVID-19 arrived in the U.S., Margaret helped clients apply for provider relief fund dollars and provided frequent guidance on the latest state proclamations, state and federal guidelines and how they applied to long term care facilities.
The Nathanson Group, Attorney (2019-2022)
ChaseLane Consulting, Health Care Legal and Regulatory Consultant (2007-2019)
Washington Vaccine Association, Deputy Executive Director (2011-2015)
Alden March Bioethics Institute, Albany Medical College, Assistant Adjunct Professor (2010-2012)
The Regence Group and Regence BlueShield (1994-2007)
American Society of Bioethics and Humanities
Oregon Health Care Association, Legal Committee Member
Washington State Bar Association
Women’s Bioethics Project, Former Advisory Board Member
Fulbright Scholar, Centre for Human Bioethics, Monash University
Fellow, Law Reform Commission of Victoria
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