Danielle focuses her practice on health law, specifically, transactional matters and regulatory compliance.
Prior to joining Cozen O’Connor, Danielle gained significant experience in regulatory affairs at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania – Penn Medicine, where she assisted with Department of Health and Joint Commission survey preparation, policy review, clinical staff education, and legal compliance work. Subsequently, she served as associate counsel for Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health where she frequently negotiated a wide variety of hospital contracts and counseled hospital executives and departmental leadership on a multitude of matters involving HIPAA/HITECH, Stark and Anti-Kickback, governance, policy management, medical staff and credentialing, governmental survey preparation, and information security. She also managed multiple hospital-wide regulatory compliance projects related to governmental regulation and accrediting body standard adherence. She served as a member of the Lancaster General Hospital Institutional Review Board and regularly negotiated clinical trial sponsorship agreements on behalf of the Lancaster General Hospital Research Institute. Before her time at Penn Medicine, Danielle worked in private practice in defense litigation.
Danielle earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Michigan and her law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where she served as executive editor of publications of the Temple Journal of Science, Technology, and Environmental Law. Danielle went on to receive her master’s degree in health policy from Thomas Jefferson University College of Population Health.