Angela Gichinga is an associate in the Corporate Department and a member of the Health Care Group.
Angela has assisted in health care regulatory and strategic transactional matters related to: federal and state fraud and abuse compliance; HIPAA, reimbursement and coverage rules under Medicare and Medicaid; and value-based contracting. In her practice, Angela represents a diverse array of stakeholders across the health care industry including hospitals and health systems, physician organizations, management services organizations and credit and equity investors.
Angela earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School. While at Harvard, Angela served as the Vice President of the Harvard Health Law Society, a Research Assistant at the Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study, and a Chair of the Harvard Black Law Students Association. Angela also worked as a student attorney in the Harvard Health Law and Policy Clinic, the Ghana Education Policy Clinic and the International Human Rights Clinic where she assisted in drafting Food is Medicine federal and state legislation; published a white paper on education policy in Northern Ghana; and conducted qualitative research and drafted a report on the UN displacement of Roma people in Kosovo.
Prior to law school, Angela received her B.A. in Health and Societies, Health Policy and Law magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.