At 98point6, our mission is bringing technology and medicine together to reinvent healthcare. You’ll collaborate with multiple teams, work across various disciplines and conquer many satisfying challenges. Each day you’ll be working towards profoundly transforming primary care.
 
Your Role and Impact
Reporting to the General Counsel, you will support the legal team’s efforts in contracting, marketing reviews, advising the product team and a variety of other domains. This includes working cross-functionally with key stakeholders in sales, finance, marketing and product, and entails exposure to a wide array of projects. This role is critical to ensuring the business success of a rapidly growing, healthcare technology startup.
 
Responsibilities
  • Advise on risks and liabilities of proposed commercial transactions and devise creative and practical legal solutions to meet business objectives
  • Negotiate commercial agreements with customers, including master services agreements and statements of work
  • Draft internal guidance documents and train company on key issues
  • Keep informed of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that impact commercial agreements
  • Advise commercial team on pricing strategies and compliance with Anti-Kickback, Stark Law, fee-splitting laws, ERISA, the Affordable Care Act, and a range of other laws affecting employee benefits
  • Evaluate new business opportunities and regulatory implications at federal and state level, including insurance regulations, consumer protection regulations, and other issues within the healthcare landscape
  • Advise marketing team on FTC Act and state marketing laws
  • Advise company on privacy laws, including HIPAA, CCPA, GDPR, etc. where they intersect with projects
  • Provide advice and guidance on future product developments and protection of intellectual property
  • Provide support to an array of other company initiatives and activities, including corporate governance, financing, employment law, and more
 
Qualifications
  • JD and licensed to practice law in at least one state
  • 3+ years of relevant experience
  • At least one year of in-house experience preferred
  • Experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements
  • Experience working within a technology company preferred
  • Experience working with healthcare institutions, insurers or benefits within large employers preferred

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