Ayesha Mehdi, Esq.
I am the principal attorney at Frontier Health Law, and focus my practice on representing physicians, dentists, and other health care professionals, along with various health care and closely held businesses in connection with corporate, transactional and health care matters. I serve on the University of Kansas School of Law’s Board of Governors. I hold a bachelor in business administration from Walsh College of Business and Accountancy (Troy, MI), as well as a juris doctorate and a master’s degree in health services administration from the University of Kansas School of Law and School of Medicine, respectively. I counsel my clients on fraud and abuse; health information technology (HIT) and compliance, including the Stark II physician self referral law, the Medicare/Medicaid anti kickback law, corporate practice and fee-splitting restrictions; antitrust; health information privacy and security (HIPAA and HITECH Act); and health care reimbursement. I am a member of the physician organizations group of the American Health Lawyers Association, the Health Care Compliance Association, the American Bar Association’s health and business law sections, and the State Bar of Nevada’s insurance and health law section. I invite you to connect with us to discuss your legal concerns.
Divya Halthore, MPH, Legal Assistant
I am a legal assistant working at Frontier Health Law. I received my Master’s degree in Public Health in 2017 from University of Nevada, Las Vegas. My professional interests include health policy, health care administration, and health law.
My interest in health law formed from being surrounded by health care professionals in my youth and my experience in academia learning about the relationship between health care and law.
My goal is to use my passion and interest in health care to serve the health care needs of the Las Vegas community, while maintaining a sense of professionalism and ethics.
In my free time, I enjoy good food, music, hiking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.