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AHLA's Antitrust Practice Group (AT PG) helps you understand public and private enforcement activity and competition policy affecting all sectors of the health care industry, including health care providers, health insurers, and medical device and pharmaceutical companies.

PG Topical Library

Exclusive to AT PG members, this Library is a hub for AHLA content related to your practice area, including exclusive PG content and a selection of AHLA member and non-dues content.

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Education and Resources

  • Economics of Health Care Mergers & the Pharmaceutical Industry
    - PG Toolkit: Published on March 14, 2019
    This toolkit series provides an overview of the economic tools that antitrust enforcers and private parties use to analyze provider transactions. Each toolkit also summarizes other cutting-edge issues relevant to an examination of competition in the health care industry and provides a bibliography of articles that provides further discussion and analysis.

  • Clinical Integration Bibliography
    - PG Toolkit: Updated on March 9, 2018
    This Toolkit is a bibliography that serves as a compendium of publicly available advice and research on clinical integration to help practitioners who wish to advise their clients on how to engage in successful clinical integration. The Antitrust Practice Group first published this bibliography in 2009 and has periodically updated it.

  • Health Insurance Antitrust Toolkit
    - PG Toolkit: Published on June 22, 2017

    The U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division (aided by a collection of states and the District of Columbia) prevailed in litigation challenging the two largest-ever proposed health insurance mergers in early 2017. The key documents—the parties' pleadings and the courts' opinions—are here for your reference. These materials highlight the importance of understanding the nuances involved in defining a relevant product market.


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Leadership

Antitrust Practice Group Leaders

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Saralisa C. Brau Chair McKesson Corporation Washington, DC (202) 469-6273 Email
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Aimee E. DeFilippo Vice Chair - Educational Programs Jones Day Washington, DC (202) 879-7631 Email
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Ashley M. Fischer Vice Chair - Member Engagement McDermott Will & Emery LLP Chicago, IL (312) 984-7766 Email
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Lona Fowdur Vice Chair - Education Economists Inc Washington, DC (202) 833-5244 Email
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Dionne C. Lomax Vice Chair - Publications Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky & Popeo PC Washington, DC (202) 434-7419 Email
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Joseph Miller Vice Chair - Publications Crowell & Moring LLP Washington, DC (202) 624 2809 Email
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John D. Carroll Social Media Coordinator King & Spalding LLP Washington, DC (202) 626-2993 Email

 

Antitrust Topical Community

Join the conversation! This Community includes public and private enforcement initiatives and policies relating to network formation and operation, mergers, joint provider negotiations with payers, exclusionary practices, and exemptions. AT PG members are automatically enrolled in this Community.

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