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Kathleen A. Reed

Kathleen A. Reed

Senior Counsel


  • Bioethics & End-of-Life Care
  • Education
  • Bioethics & End-of-Life Care
  • Dental Service Organizations Group

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Michigan, U.S.A.

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In her practice, Kathleen A. Reed has counseled a variety of health care providers, including hospitals, home health agencies, hospices, nursing homes, pharmacies, durable medical equipment suppliers and individual practitioners. Her practice encompasses many aspects of health care law, with particular emphasis on reimbursement, pharmacy and drug control and resale issues, fraud and abuse, scope of practice, licensure and regulatory matters and patient care issues. Ms. Reed has also provided counsel on compliance with Medicaid and Medicare requirements for participation and reimbursement and has assisted clients appeal adverse Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement decisions. She has also counseled health care clients on general corporate matters. Prior to her legal career, Ms. Reed practiced as a Registered Nurse in a variety of health care settings, including critical care, medical and surgical nursing, and home care.

Bar Admissions

Michigan, 1989


University of Michigan, J.D., cum laude Saint Mary's College, B.S., summa cum laude
Areas of Practice

Bioethics & End-of-Life Care | Bioethics & End-of-Life Care | Dental Service Organizations Group | Education | Health Care | Long-Term & Post-Acute Care Providers | Long-Term Care | Pharmacies, DEA & Robinson-Patman/340B Drug Programs | Pharmacies, DEA & Robinson-Patman/340B Drug Programs | Physicians, Mid-Level Providers & Allied Health Professionals | Physicians, Mid-Level Providers & Allied Health Professionals | Privacy and Data Security

Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Emmet-Charlevoix County Bar Association

Bona Fide Prescriber-Patient Relationship Requirement for Controlled Substance Prescribing Effective January 4, 2019
Dykema, January 2019

Bona Fide Relationship Requirement Law. Public Act 247 of 2107, MCL § 333.7303a(2), requires that except as provided in exceptions detailed in administrative rules, a prescriber must be in a bona fide prescriber-patient relationship with a patient before prescribing a schedule 2-5 controlled substance (“CS”)...


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