Susan Feigin Harris

Baker Hostetler

As a healthcare attorney at Baker Hostetler, Susan Feigin Harris routinely assists health industry clients in reimbursement issues and disputes involving government programs, such as Medicare and Medicaid and commercial payors. She works to ensure that providers are appropriately licensed, certified, and enrolled in government programs and also negotiates numerous contracts on behalf of her clients.

Susan is particularly knowledgeable regarding the Affordable Care Act and delivery reform initiatives at the state and federal level, such as the creation of patient-centered medical homes and care coordination entities. She adds a specific concentration on health policy issues and works routinely with children’s hospitals nationally to create programs for children in Medicaid. Susan believes in partnering with her clients in order to help them create and implement internal solutions.

Recognized for her healthcare knowledge and understanding, Susan was recently appointed by the Commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services to develop Crisis of Care Standards for the state of Texas, which are intended to help guide medical and health decisions when the state’s existing emergency management systems and resources fail. Susan received her JD from the University of Houston Law Center and her undergraduate degree from Duke University in public policy studies and history.