“I feel extremely fortunate to be at a firm that shares the same enthusiasm and passion for health care work as I do. It is a privilege to be able to help providers serve their patients and work on matters that directly impact how they do so.”

With a background in the business of health care that predates her legal career, Maydha Vinson brings a unique perspective and skill set to her work, assisting providers of all kinds with a wide range of regulatory and compliance matters. 

Maydha provides critical support, research, and input that helps clients address important issues affecting their operations, finances, and ability to serve patients. The subjects of her work have included hospital and nursing home licensing, compliance, changes of ownership, telehealth policies and regulations, Stark Law and anti-kickback issues, CalAIM initiatives, and CARES Act and other COVID-19-related matters. 

Maydha has been involved in the health care industry since the start of her career. She managed the clinical team at a health care consulting company assisting health care facilities with denials of clinical care. Her consulting experience also involved extensive work on coding, revenue cycle management, audits, and improving efficiency while eliminating waste for her provider clients. Her experiences on the consulting side, including working closely with health care attorneys, led directly to her decision to attend law school and make health care law the exclusive focus of her practice. 

During law school, she served as a law clerk to the general counsel at Michigan Medicine and conducted research on the development of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare, co-writing the chapter “Legal Processes Required to Implement AI in Healthcare” in the forthcoming textbook Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Healthcare.

  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • California Society of Healthcare Attorneys