Kristina Ayers is an associate in firm's Health Care Practice, representing hospitals, medical staffs, managed care organizations, medical groups and other health care providers in federal and state regulatory matters, peer review, credentialing, governance, complex contracting and various operations matters.
- Women in Health Administration of Southern California
- American Health Lawyers Association
- California Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar Association
- Health Law Section
Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Health Law Section
- Co-author, "Avoiding Legal Pitfalls When Implementing Telemedicine Practices: Insights from the ATA Annual International Meeting and Exposition," Fulbright Briefing, May 10, 2012
- "Telemedicine Credentialing and Privileging: Complying With the New CMS Rule," Strafford, July 28, 2011
- "Medical Staff Bylaws Must Change in 2010: The Joint Commission's New Standard," Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Briefing, June 8, 2010
- "California Supreme Court Clarifies Fair Hearing Procedures," Washington Health Care Update – The International Law Firm of Fulbright & Jaworski – Health Care, April 13, 2009
- "California Supreme Court Clarifies Ban on Balance Billing for Emergency Care,"Washington Health Care Update - The International Law Firm of Fulbright & Jaworski – Health Care, January 9, 2009
2005 - J.D., cum laude, The Catholic University of America
2002 - B.S., Applied Economics, minor in Legal Studies, Ithaca College
While in law school, Kristina was the Editorial Assistant of Law Review (2004 - 2005), a Staff Member of Law Review (2003-2004) and volunteered for the Law Mock Interview Program. As an undergraduate, she was a Humanities and Sciences Dean Scholar and part of the Humanities and Sciences Honors Program. She was a recipient of the Campus Service Award and the Board of Trustees' Resolution of Appreciation for Service. Kristina served on the Ithaca College Board of Trustees for two years.
Kristina is admitted to practice law in the state of California, all California U.S. district courts and the District of Columbia.
- District of Columbia