Prepared an amicus brief on behalf of the American Hospital Association in support of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) interpretive rule providing guidance on the scope of the exclusion of orphan drugs from 340B discounts.
James F. Flynn
Jim Flynn is a partner in and chair of Bricker & Eckler's Health Care group. His general health care practice focuses on transactional, reimbursement-related, health planning and long-term care matters, including experience in physician contracting, joint ventures, federal and state regulatory issues, fraud and abuse, False Claims Act, certificate of need, community health needs assessments, corporate compliance, corporate organization and governance, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, and federal and state administrative appeals. In these areas, he has appeared before federal and state courts, the Provider Reimbursement Review Board, administrative law judges, state agency administrative hearings, and in medical staff hearings.
- Member, American Health Lawyers Association Board of Directors; Former Chair of Regulation, Accreditation and Payment Practice Group
- Board Member, Cristo Rey Professional Work Study Program
- Member, Columbus Bar Association; Admissions Committee
- Member, Society of Ohio Hospital Attorneys
- Member, Health Care Financial Management Association
- Graduate, Leadership Columbus, Class of 2007
- Co-founder and past President, Columbus Christmas in April (now known as "Rebuilding Together Columbus")
- Former Board Member, President and Treasurer, Alzheimer's Association of Central Ohio
- Admitted, Supreme Court of Ohio
- Admitted, Supreme Court of the United States of America
- Admitted, United States District Court for District of Columbia
- Admitted, United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
- Admitted, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
- Admitted, United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- Listed, Top 5 Columbus Ohio Super Lawyers, 2013; Top 50 Columbus Ohio Super Lawyers, 2010-2015; and Top 100 Ohio Super Lawyers, 2009-2014
- Listed, Best Lawyers in America, Health Care Law, 2001-2015; Columbus Lawyer of the Year, Health Care Law, 2015
- Recognized, ChambersUSA, Health Care Law with a Band 1 ranking, 2013-2015; Band 2 ranking, 2012
- Ranked, AV Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell
- Recipient, Columbus Bar Association Community Service Award, 1993
- University of Notre Dame (B.A., 1987; J.D., 1990)
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Advised a public hospital regarding its response to a series of requests for a large number of records.
Assisted hospitals with responding to meaningful use audits by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on its electronic health record incentive payments, which required analyzing compliance with regulatory requirements for receiving such payments.
Represented a large teaching hospital on all of its Medicare reimbursement matters, which included the appeal of an administrative agency decision and various court hearings.
Negotiated a settlement of Medicare reimbursement underpayments with the federal government on behalf of two large health systems.
Acted as borrower's counsel for a municipal hospital in the issuance of $35 million in revenue bonds.
Served as lead counsel in the acquisition of a nonprofit health system by a health corporation, negotiating the transaction, drafting all corporate documents, conducting due diligence review and completing all regulatory filings.
Represented a hospital in overturning disallowance of residents in IME count based on nature of residency program activities.
Represented the Ohio Hospital Association in successfully challenging the government's use of the False Claims Act in Ohio's laboratory unbundling litigation.
Represented a hospital in ordering the government to update reasonable compensation equivalent (RCE) limits.