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Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville PC, a nationally recognized leader in the healthcare industry, seeks a healthcare associate with solid drug pricing legal experience and exceptional writing and analytic skills. All applicants should have excellent academic credentials and references.
The Healthcare Associate will work primarily within the Powers Healthcare Practice Group on the many federal legal and regulatory issues facing healthcare providers and other healthcare organizations with a particular focus on pharmaceutical legal and regulatory issues.
The ideal candidate should have at least three years of healthcare experience and be licensed to or eligible to practice in the District of Columbia. Qualified candidates should also have familiarity, preferably solid experience, with the 340B drug discount program as well as other federal pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement laws. An interest in representing safety net providers that serve large numbers of low income patients is also preferred. Some experience with legal issues facing healthcare providers and regulatory compliance including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, Medicare Part D, fraud and abuse, HIPAA and other federal healthcare regulatory issues and matters is desirable. The Associate will regularly interface with the practice’s clients and assist in providing counsel to clients on healthcare related issues.
We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcript and analytical writing sample of approximately 3-5 pages to Recruiting@PowersLaw.com. In the subject of your correspondence, note “Healthcare Associate.”
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Legislative and Health Policy Intern – Fall 2017
Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville seeks a full-time Legislative and Health Policy Intern for a minimum term of three months, but not to exceed six months. The intern will assist our team in legislative and regulatory research, analysis, and the development of health, education, and labor policy strategies with an emphasis on, but not limited to, rehabilitation, medical devices, and disability law.
The ideal candidate will be a recent college graduate with a strong interest in learning the intricacies of public policy making and coalition building at the national level. At a minimum, applicants should have an undergraduate degree and solid writing abilities. A candidate with extensive coursework in government affairs or public health is desired, as is a focus on policy research and writing, or the equivalent in work experience. Candidates with advanced degrees are also welcome and encouraged to apply. Powers pays a stipend for internship positions. For consideration, qualified candidates should send a resume and a writing sample (3-8 pages in length) along with a cover letter explaining your interest in our practice and this opportunity to Recruiting@powerslaw.com. Please make sure “Legislative Internship” is included in the subject line. EOE. No search firm submissions, please.
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Washington, DC 20005
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