Amy Dilcher is special counsel in the Corporate Practice Group in the firm's Washington D.C. office.
Areas of Practice
Amy’s practice focuses on transactional and regulatory matters, helping healthcare organizations achieve their strategic business initiatives while navigating complex regulatory issues and mitigating risks associated with healthcare regulations in the areas of strategic affiliations, mergers and acquisitions, hospital and physician transactions, managed care matters, and other contractual arrangements. She also advises on a wide range of operational, compliance, and regulatory issues.
Amy brings over 25 years of health industry experience with a clinical background as a medical oncology/hematology nurse and having served as the Chief Legal Officer for a private equity-backed network of urology physician practices, the General Counsel for a private equity-backed management services organization serving the largest network of interventional pain management physician practices, and the General Counsel for the largest healthcare provider in western Maryland.
Her inhouse experience includes developing and evolving the maturity of the legal function within the corporate law department setting including:
- Aligning legal services with industry benchmarks
- Implementing and streamlining legal processes to enhance productivity, transparency and the business partner experience
- Reducing legal spend and turnaround times for high volume matters
- Improving collaboration and workflow management between legal departments and outside counsel
As a result of working within healthcare organizations for over two decades, Amy has gained an in-depth understanding of the business, clinical and operational aspects of healthcare service delivery along with its challenges, which allows her to serve clients by providing holistic guidance, creative counsel, and practical solutions.
Levels 100 and 200, Legal Lean Sigma Certification, Lean Legal Sigma Institute, 2020
Basic Mediation Certification, Baltimore Mediation Center, 2020
Healthcare Law Blog Posts
- "7 Things to Know About the New AdvaMed Code Updates," April 13, 2022