Stefan Grow helps healthcare providers and managed care organizations navigate their path forward. Drawing on his in-house experience as general counsel to Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration -- the state’s $29 billion Medicaid and health facility regulatory agency -- he advises on healthcare regulatory matters and Medicaid program issues faced by hospital systems, managed care organizations and long-term care facilities. He uses his executive leadership experience to help his clients create strategies to anticipate issues, manage conflicting priorities and swiftly respond to emerging concerns.
Stefan serves as an advisor on a wide range of complex healthcare matters, counseling clients on such matters as state regulation and oversight; Medicaid program issues; transactions; rate setting and reimbursement issues; and contracts.
In addition, he advises on government contracting and procurement, bid protests, and agency rulemaking. He also has extensive experience counseling on public records and Florida’s “sunshine” laws. In his most recent post, Stefan oversaw Florida’s Statewide Medicaid Managed Care (SMMC) procurement, the largest procurement in state history with more than $90 billion in contract awards, as well as multiple large healthcare technology procurements.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, he drafted or consulted on nearly every emergency order and executive order issued by the state affecting health care facilities.
Finally, with years of experience as a felony prosecutor and in both civil and administrative litigation, Stefan brings courtroom experience to help clients resolve disputes through litigation.