Olivia King is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP and a member of the firm’s Health Care Industry Team.
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).While at the Mayo Clinic, Olivia researched and prepared memorandum on state and federal medical prescribing and licensure requirements with analysis of potential implications on telemedicine initiatives and state mental health ombudsman reporting. In addition, she researched federal and state regulations regarding FDA medical device guidance, scope of practice, fraud and abuse and accreditation issues. Olivia also presented at the Legal Department annual meeting on appropriate utilization of paralegal staff and unauthorized practice of law.
“Foley’s Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team has been recognized by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Business Lawyers, which states: “Commentators describe the firm as ‘a market leader in telemedicine issues.’ ‘This is the Dream Team.’ " (Florida, 2020).
Prior to joining Foley, Olivia worked as a research assistant for the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP), Be the Match, in the payer policy and legislative relations departments. In this role, Olivia researched and drafted a publication abstract on state disparities in Medicaid coverage of bone marrow transplants, in order to illustrate the importance of access to transplants. Olivia also researched and coauthored a white paper on care coordination efforts in bone marrow transplantation. Prior to her full time employment with NMDP, Olivia served as an intern with the organization where she assisted with advocacy efforts surrounding federal reauthorization legislation, and researched health insurance network adequacy standards surrounding bone marrow transplantation.