Renée M. Popovits J.D.
Renée M. Popovits, has been practicing law for 31 years, 24 of which has been with Popovits Law Group, a law firm she founded to provide strategic legal solutions to the behavioral health field. Renée has also been on the Catholic Charities Board of Advisors for 28 years. As a resilient advocate, Renée has focused on regulatory and contract issues impacting insurance and Medicaid reimbursement, including extensive experience assisting providers in addressing insurance recoupment and payment disputes. She has also focused on developing consent solutions to promote data sharing while enhancing patient protections and proactively changing government regulation of our health care industry. Renée has a stellar reputation for knowing the landscape of the behavioral health field and anticipating the legal needs of her clients. She has been privileged to work with treatment providers, trade associations and government agencies in Illinois and across the country.
Renée is considered an ethics, confidentiality, data sharing and compliance thought leader and has trained thousands of front line, management and C-Suite individuals across the nation on these issues. She donates countless hours to serving on parity task forces, state drug and alcohol treatment advisory councils, licensure committees, opioid crisis task forces, implementing her vision for a better, integrated health care system of tomorrow. Renée has served for 26 years on the Catholic Charities Board of Advisors.
Book: “Critical Incidents: Ethical Issues In the Prevention and Treatment of Addiction https://www.amazon.com/Critical-Incidents-Prevention-Treatment-Addiction/dp/093847510X
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