Olivia King is a health care lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP and a member of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group, and a secondary member of the firm’s Government Enforcement, Defense and Investigations Practice Group.
Olivia counsels health care providers including health systems, hospitals, clinician practice groups, durable medical equipment companies, clinical laboratories, and telemedicine companies. Olivia’s work focuses on advising clients with health care regulatory and compliance matters, conducting internal investigations and defending health care clients with government investigations and enforcement actions, including actions arising out of the False Claims Act (FCA), Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), and Stark Law. Olivia also assists health care institutions with responding to allegations of scientific and research misconduct. Olivia has recently been involved in matters involving alleged provider misuse of COVID-19 relief funds, including funds allocated via the Provider Relief Fund, and Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) fund for uninsured individuals.
Olivia is an editor of the firm’s Health Care Law Today blog, serves as the Boston liaison to the firm’s Racial Justice and Equity Pro Bono Practice Group, and is actively involved in the firm’s recruiting efforts.
Olivia was selected for the inaugural Mayo-Foley Health Law Fellowship, consisting of summer internships with the Mayo Clinic Legal Department in Rochester, Minnesota (2017) and Foley (2018). Prior to joining Foley, Olivia worked at the National Marrow Donor Program, Be the Match, in the payer policy and legislative relations departments.
Co-author, “COVID-10 At-Home Tests: Do CLIA Requirements Apply and what do Health Care Providers Need to Know?” Health Care Law Today (January 4, 2022)