Judith Musselman represents a variety of health care providers, including individual and group physicians, public and private hospitals and nursing homes, and several service provider associations, primarily before the Departments of Health and Public Welfare in Pennsylvania.
Judith has experience in matters of licensure, reimbursement and certificates of need, with particular emphasis in health law contracting and negotiation, areas increasingly subject to evolving state and federal regulation and policy.
She also has experience with the diverse pressures on health care practitioners in today's complex health care marketplace that require creative approaches and solutions to the many difficult questions involved in the provision of professional services.
Judith's background includes several years of experience in medical research, which first sparked her interest in the health care delivery system. She has also served as a law clerk and administrative assistant to the Honorable James Gardner Colins in the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, drafting judicial opinions and supervising the work of law clerks in the judge's Harrisburg and Philadelphia offices.
Penn State Dickinson School of Law, J.D., 1985
Gettysburg College, B.A., 1985