Nixon Gwilt Law
is Counsel at Nixon Gwilt Law. She draws upon a depth of experience
in the healthcare industry from both a legal and policy perspective.
She has experience advising hospitals, health systems, digital health
companies, and pharmacies on regulatory compliance, innovative
business arrangements, and leading-edge healthcare policy reforms.
Her areas of expertise include digital health; MSO implementation;
provider reimbursement; fraud, waste, and abuse; privacy; and
advising provider groups on growth opportunities.
Prior to joining Nixon Gwilt Law, Reema served as the Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), where she advised members on pharmacy regulation and policy, federal fraud and abuse law, pharmacy innovation and partnerships, and long-term care. Reema worked closely with the association's Innovation Center in ensuring any new business opportunities were not only beneficial for members, but also in compliance with existing healthcare laws and regulations. Earlier in her career, Reema practiced at a healthcare law firm in Washington, D.C. where she represented hospitals and health systems. In addition, Reema spent some time as an extern with the HHS Departmental Appeals Board (DAB) where she wrote Medicare appeals decisions for DAB ALJs.
Reema graduated cum laude from George Mason University and then attended American University Washington College of Law where she served as a senior member of the American University International Law Review and as Managing Editor of the Health Law & Policy Brief. She is a member of the Maryland and D.C. Bars, the American Bar Association – Health Law Section, and the American Health Law Association. Reema lives with her family and two German Shepherds in Northern Virginia.