Healthcare and biosciences attorney Carrie Hanger focuses on the needs of healthcare providers and entities engaged in clinical and pre-clinical research throughout the U.S. With almost ten years of experience representing and counseling clients, Carrie provides solutions for issues relating to enrollment and reimbursement, licensure and certification, accreditation, state certificate of need, regulatory and corporate compliance, risk management, medical staff matters, professional liability, and business disputes.
Carrie works with hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physician groups, long term care facilities, hospices, home health care providers, drug and device companies, and DME suppliers. She regularly analyzes issues related to clinical and preclinical research and drafts and negotiates clinical research related documents, such as clinical trial agreements and confidentiality agreements.
Carrie is an active litigator. She represents clients before state and federal courts as well as in administrative proceedings and arbitration. She has tried cases to a jury verdict and argued before the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Carrie has been in the courtroom since she second-chaired a wrongful death trial three months after being admitted to practice.
Carrie has spoken at CLEs and seminars for healthcare providers concerning HIPAA/HITECH and privacy concerns as well as EMTALA.
Carrie maintains an active role in pro bono work and in her community. She regularly advocates on behalf of abused, neglected, and dependent children before North Carolina's appellate courts as a guardian ad litem appellate advocate.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family and taking perhaps more pictures of her children than they would like.