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Ingrid Brydolf

BrydolfIngrid
Partner
T503.778.5240
F503.778.4493
Ingrid Brydolf helps hospitals, physician groups and other providers, as well as insurers and coordinated care organizations in matters relating to regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, business ventures, peer review and quality, and corporate governance. Ingrid has structured and negotiated physician integration deals, joint ventures, and employment and professional service relationships, and has assisted providers with new clinical lines of business. She also guides hospitals, networks and large physician groups through peer review and credentialing procedures, including fair hearings. Ingrid draws on her clinical operational knowledge gained as an in-house counsel for Legacy Health in Oregon.

Practice Highlights
  • Acts, on a daily basis, as regulatory counsel to numerous hospitals and physician groups
  • Assists hospitals in creating and expanding physician integration models, including practice acquisitions
  • Assisted hospital systems in evaluating acquisition proposals and in making proposals
  • Assisted hospital partner in radiation therapy merger to establish larger patient service delivery system
  • Assisted radiology group in establishing a provider-based MRI joint venture
  • Analyzed, negotiated and created management services organization for primary care physician groups
  • Assisted large medical group in establishing an ambulatory surgery center
  • Assisted cardiology practice in establishing a joint venture catheterization lab

Representative Experience

Develop nationally recognized coordinated care organization

Acts as general and specialty counsel to Health Share of Oregon (Health Share) by advising on operational, governance, integration, regulatory and compliance matters. Health Share is the largest coordinated care organization in Oregon and responsible for the physical and mental health of more than 160,000 residents. The State of Oregon received $1.9 billion in state and federal funding to help implement coordinated care through organizations such as Health Share. (Ongoing)

Professional & Community Activities

  • Board Member, nonprofit continuing care residential community
  • Mentor, Oregon State Bar

Professional Recognition

  • Named one of the "Best Lawyers in America" in Health Care Law by Best Lawyers, 2006-present
  • Named as one of "Portland's Best Lawyers" in Health Law by Portland Monthly, 2006-present
  • Named as one of the 12 national "Outstanding Young Healthcare Lawyers" by Nightingale's Healthcare News, 2007