Margaux J. Hall
Margaux Hall advises healthcare industry clients as they navigate the regulatory requirements of federal healthcare programs and the broader transformation of the regulatory landscape under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). She has in-depth experience with coverage and reimbursement under Medicaid, Medicare, and health insurance exchange plans, and other transformations under the ACA.
She also advises clients on legal and policy issues relating to delivery system reforms, including emerging value-based payment approaches in Medicaid and Medicare. Margaux's experience and knowledge allow her to advise clients on practical solutions that are sensitive to the changing healthcare space at the state and federal levels. Her clients span the healthcare industry and include Medicaid managed care plans, health systems, pharmaceutical manufacturers, hospitals, and other healthcare providers.
Earlier in her career, Margaux's legal practice focused on healthcare law, health system reform, and human rights in the United States and developing countries. She was selected for a two-year healthcare law fellowship at Columbia Law School. In this role, she conducted extensive research and wrote on federal and state healthcare regulatory issues, including those emerging under the ACA. Margaux also served as a justice reform specialist with the World Bank's Legal Vice-Presidency in Sierra Leone, where she collaborated closely with the government and helped guide its work in the health sector. After graduating from law school, Margaux conducted healthcare law research in South Africa as a Fulbright Fellow and in East Africa as a Harvard University Frederick Sheldon Fellow.