Significant Impact on the Delivery and Understanding of Hospice & Palliative Care
This is man’s highest end, to others’ service, all his powers to bend.
Congressman Bill Gradison presents Ann Morgan Vickery with the Healthcare Architect Award
Ann Morgan Vickery was given the Healthcare Architect Award, which is granted to those who have made a significant impact on the delivery and understanding of hospice and palliative care. A partner at the international law firm Hogan Lovells in health practice, Ann often counsels clients regarding the impact of federal laws, regulations and policies, with a particular emphasis on Medicare and Medicaid. She was involved in the enactment of the Medicare Hospice Benefit in 1982 and continues to have a special interest in end-of-life care.Prior to her work at the law firm, Ann served for a number of years in the executive branch of the government, at the U.S. Department of Treasury and as a White House staffer.