Elizabeth A. Kastner

Beth Kastner is a health care law attorney who devotes her practice to regulatory, operational and compliance matters for hospitals, hospices, occupational medicine and other health care clients. She regularly advises clients on vendor/supply chain relationships; software licensing; clinical research; clinically integrated networks; narrow networks, shared saving and bundled payment models. Beth also routinely advises clients on workplace wellness; Medicare/Medicaid participation and reimbursement; licensure and accreditation; health information privacy; and health care fraud and abuse law compliance.

"Elizabeth Kastner is ‘amazing in the hospital work space.’"

Bricker client as quoted in Chambers USA, 2020

"Elizabeth Kastner acts for a wide range of healthcare sector clients and is especially knowledgeable handling regulatory compliance and governance matters."

As quoted in Chambers USA, 2018

Professional & Community Activities

  • Member, American Health Lawyers Association
  • Member, Health Care Compliance Association
  • Board Chair, St. Vincent Family Center (Executive Committee; Compliance Committee)

Presentations & Published Works

  • Speaker, " Balancing Opportunity, Innovation, and Risk: Changes on the Horizon for Medicare Advantage and Part D in 2020," AHLA Health Plan Law and Compliance Institute, November 2019.
  • Speaker, "Patient Privacy and Security in the Hospitals – Compliance Hot Topics," Ohio Hospital Association Annual Meeting, June 2019
  • Speaker, "Relationships with Hospitals: Compliance Pitfalls and Opportunities for Collaboration," Ohio Council for Homecare and Hospice, October 16, 2018
  • Speaker, “Relationships with Post-Acute Care Providers – Compliance Pitfalls and Opportunities for Collaboration,” Ohio Hospital Association Annual Meeting, June 2018
  • Speaker, “Law Enforcement at the Hospital: Managing Body Cameras and Other Privacy Issues,” Ohio Hospital Association Annual Meeting, June 2018
  • Speaker, "Healthcare Legal Hot Topics," OSHRM/SOHA Spring Conference, September 2018
  • Speaker, "Overlooked HIPAA Risk Areas and Trends in Enforcement Actions," OSHRM/SOHA Fall Conference, September 2017
  • Author, "Hidden HIPAA - Easy to Overlook Risk Areas," American Health Lawyers Association, June 2017
  • Author, "Medical Records Access: Are you following the rules?," Compliance Today, Health Care Compliance Association, October 2016

Bar Admissions & Activities

  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2001

Awards & Recognition

  • Listed, Best Lawyers in America (Corporate Law; Health Care Law), 2017–2020
  • Recognized, ChambersUSA, Health Care with a Band 3 ranking, 2015–2020
  • Ohio Most Powerful and Influential Women Award, Ohio Diversity Council, 2015
  • Rising Star, Ohio Super Lawyers (Health Care), 2012–2013
  • Outstanding Young Healthcare Lawyer, Nightingale's Healthcare News, 2009


  • The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D.), 2001; Managing Editor, The Ohio State Law Journal
  • Indiana University Bloomington (B.A. in Criminal Justice and Political Science), 1998; Phi Beta Kappa
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