Terrence Lewis serves as Senior Associate Counsel for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (“UPMC”) and is assigned to the Physician Services Division of UPMC. He has been providing legal services for UPMC since 2006. Specifically, Mr. Lewis has been responsible for drafting and negotiating physician employment agreements and incentive plan arrangements for
UPMC’s faculty practice plan-University of Pittsburgh Physicians. He works on fair market value assessments and reviews physician compensation arrangements pursuant to the Federal
Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Law, False Claims Act and other applicable federal and state laws and regulations.
In addition, Mr. Lewis currently serves as the Chair for UPMC’s Enterprise Telemedicine Oversight Committee-Legal Subcommittee and is responsible for system-wide legal matters related to telemedicine, both domestically and internationally, involving 30 hospitals and over 5000 employed physicians. He has finalized numerous telemedicine transactions in several medical sub-specialties including telestroke, telepathology, teleradiology, teleophthalmology, teledermatology and telewound. Mr. Lewis regularly provides legal advice on all applicable telemedicine-related issues including provider licensing and credentialing, remote monitoring, home health telehealth applications, online prescribing, billing and reimbursement, use of technology and compliance with applicable laws, indemnification and insurance issues, medical record and patient/privacy issues.
Mr. Lewis has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Duquesne University School of Law since 2003. Mr. Lewis is a 1993 graduate of Wheeling Jesuit University and a 1996 graduate of
Duquesne University School of Law. Mr. Lewis is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. He is a member of the American Telemedicine Association.
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