Marcia Augsbuger has more than 24 years of experience advising clients on resolving disputes, serving as a dispute resolver, and litigating a broad range of healthcare industry and other civil disputes and class actions. 

Marcia's work for clients includes counseling, contracting and developing policies and procedures in healthcare-related areas such as HIPAA, EMTALA, coverage and reimbursement, health care reform measures, telemedicine, medical tourism, fraud and abuse, ERISA and workplace wellness programs.

Marcia brings a multi-dimensional perspective to the services she provides, having represented hospitals, clinics, telehealth and telemedicine providers, insurers and Knox-Keene health plans, new products developers, IT companies, pharmacies, ambulance companies, third-party administrators, brokers and other fiduciaries, as well as individual healthcare providers. Her clients regularly call on her for operational and product-related advice, management of risk and legal affairs, contracting, and regulatory compliance work. Marcia's litigation matters include products and professional liability cases, contracted and non-contracted provider reimbursement claims, complex and coordinated lawsuits involving unfair competition, defamation, alleged conflicts of interest, compliance, fraud and abuse, and disputes over joint ventures, partnership arrangements, leases and real estate, and hospital construction.

In addition to her client work, Marcia is an arbitrator for the American Health Lawyers Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Service and has lectured, spoken and published extensively on complex litigation, civil discovery, healthcare reform, HIPAA, consumer-directed healthcare and wellness programs, women in the law and other legal and business subjects.