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Opioid Epidemic: Legal Issues, Patient Mismanagement, and a Path Forward


Speaker(s): David Gooch, Douglas A. Grimm
Recorded on: Oct. 31, 2017
PLI Program #: 231319

David is vice president in Lockton Northeast’s Washington, DC, office, where he is responsible for new business development, as well as the ongoing stewardship of new and existing clients, and the success of their overall client experience.

David has experience in a wide range of industries, but focuses primarily on the hospital, healthcare provider, and not-for-profit industries. His expertise includes employee benefits consulting, enterprise risk management, and benefits/HR technology and administration.

David is a member of the board of directors for the DC Society for Human Resources (DC SHRM) serving as vice president of sponsorships, and he is an active member of the National Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

David joined Lockton in 2016.

Current and Previous Positions

  • Lockton Companies
    • Vice President
  • Kelly Benefit Strategies
    • Senior Account Executive
  • Biomet
    • Orthopedic Sales Representative

Education

  • BA in English literature; Berry College (Mount Berry, Ga.)

Professional Affiliations

  • DC SHRM board of directors, VP, Sponsorships
  • Member, Society for Human Resource Management
  • Member, American College of Healthcare Executives
  • Life & Health license
  • Property & Casualty license

Civic Affiliations

  • National Student Leadership Forum – facilitator, mentor
  • The International Foundation


Douglas Grimm is a health care regulatory partner at Arent Fox who previously served as a former Chief Operating Officer of multiple acute-care hospitals throughout the United States. Douglas focuses his practice on the representation of hospitals and health care systems with an emphasis on regulatory counseling in the areas of compliance planning, government investigations, health information privacy and security, reimbursement issues, health information technology, peer review/medical staff and certificates of need, development of new service lines, licensure and provider enrollment, and insurance issues.