Elizabeth (Beth) Halpern

Elizabeth (Beth) Halpern

Washington, D.C.

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 202 637 8609

Fax +1 202 637 5910


Practice groupGlobal Regulatory

Beth Halpern helps health care clients achieve coverage and reimbursement for innovative technologies. She advises pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, health care providers, and trade associations about Medicare and other payers' policies and develops strategies to improve access to care. Beth helps clients advocate before administrative agencies and Congress, and she advises about Medicare law for clients involved in litigation.

In more than 15 years of practice, Beth has worked with clients on securing coding, coverage, and reimbursement for many new drugs, devices, and medical services. By analyzing the regulatory landscape, including Medicare's payment systems for drugs and biologicals, physicians, hospitals, dialysis clinics, and durable medical equipment, she has helped clients benefit from health reform and take advantage of incentive payments for new technologies. She advises clients not only about what the law is now, but also about how to change the law, drafting amendments to the Medicare law and successfully advocating for changes to regulations and coverage policies.

Beth frequently speaks at conferences on coverage, coding, and payment and testifies before advisory committees to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. During secondments to a large biotechnology company, Beth also served as in-house counsel, advising on government affairs and promotional compliance matters.

The American Health Lawyers Association recognized Beth as a member of the Hogan Lovells team of Pro Bono Champions for their work with the D.C. Appleseed Center on HIV/AIDS in the District of Columbia. Beth is a member of the Tahirih Justice Center's D.C. Advisory Council, and her work contributed to Hogan Lovells being recognized as Firm of the Year by Tahirih in 2015. Beth serves on the board of D.C. Appleseed.

Awards and recognitions


AHLA Pro Bono Champion

Education and admissions


J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude, 2004

M.S., The London School of Economics and Political Science, with merit, 1998

B.A., Smith College, with high honors in Government, 1996


Member, American Bar Association.

Member, American Health Lawyers Association

Bar admissions and qualifications

District of Columbia


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