Meghan Riordan’s practice focuses on providing regulatory guidance to healthcare providers on a wide range of matters, including, HIPAA, Medicare and Medicaid, Fraud and Abuse, Hospitals and Health Systems and Physician Organizations.
Meghan understands the complex regulatory environment in which hospitals and other healthcare providers operate, and she has counseled clients in matters as diverse as 340B drug pricing program, Patient Safety Organizations, mid-level provider supervision and reimbursement, the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statutes, and medical staff, credentialing and peer review. She also has experience drafting legal memoranda, service contracts and provider policies. She has counseled providers on appropriate handling of patient information through implementation of data use policies and business associate agreements. Meghan has also assisted in the representation of clients through various stages of government investigation and inquiry as well as CMS appeals.
Serving as an Adjunct Professor, Meghan taught "Health Policy and the Law" to political science majors at Furman University during the fall semester of 2016 and plans to teach the course again during the spring semester of 2018.
Prior to joining Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, Meghan worked in Greenville Health System’s corporate integrity department. While in law school, she interned in the New York office of Epstein Becker Green, PC, a leading law firm in the areas of healthcare and life sciences. In addition, she clerked for the Deputy General Counsel for the Greenville Health System and worked as a summer associate at University of Chicago Medicine.
- Pace Law School, J.D., 2013
- Fordham University, B.A., 2010
- New York, 2014
- South Carolina, 2014
Greenville Business Magazine "Legal Elite of the Upstate" Healthcare Law 2016
- Leadership Greenville, Class 43
- American Health Lawyers Association
- South Carolina Bar
- South Carolina Women Lawyers Association
- Warehouse Theatre Board of Directors (Vice President 2017-2018)
- International Center of the Upstate, former Board Member
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Gala Committee Member (2015-2016) and Chair of the Children’s Art Project (2014-2016)
“Hospital Consolidation via Long-Term Lease Arrangements,” American Health Lawyers Association Business Law & Governance, Volume 8, Issue 1, March 2015
"CRCF Resident Agreements," S.C. Association of Resident Care Homes (SCARCH) Seminar, Charleston, SC - June 23, 2016, Spartanburg, SC - May 10, 2016 and Columbia, SC - April 27, 2016