Goodwin Associate Heath R. Ingram from New York City

Heath R. Ingram


Heath Ingram is an attorney for life sciences and healthcare companies, including biotechnology companies, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, and digital health companies at all stages of development, as well as, venture capital and private equity firms focused on all aspects of the healthcare industry. Heath is based in New York, and is a member of Goodwin’s Life Sciences group and Healthcare practice.

Heath focuses his practice on healthcare regulatory, transactional, compliance, enforcement, investigations, and government advocacy matters.

He has experience with a broad range of healthcare matters including: fraud and abuse risk under the federal Anti-kickback Statue and Stark Law, value-based contracting, managed care contracting, market access matters, drug price transparency laws, reporting under the Sunshine Act, counseling on patient assistance programs, government price reporting, the 340B Drug Pricing Program, Medicare and Medicaid coverage and reimbursement, healthcare licensure, patient privacy, government investigations, and internal investigations. 

Heath maintains an active pro bono practice and serves as a lead outside counsel to The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people.

Heath received his JD cum laude, from the Northwestern University School of Law while simultaneously earning his MA in Medical Humanities and Bioethics from Northwestern, where he focused his graduate thesis on precision medicine, genetics, and the law. While at Northwestern, he worked for Judge Gary Feinerman of the Northern District of Illinois and completed a Graduate Fellowship with the National Immigrant Justice Center in Chicago. Heath graduated summa cum laude, as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from Miami University, and is a former member of the Miami University Board of Trustees.

Representative Matters

  • Serving as day-to-day fraud and abuse counsel to several pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers by providing analysis of discount and rebate arrangements with customers, sales and marketing practices, market access strategy, patient assistance programs, financial arrangements with healthcare professionals, preparing policies and procedures, and assisting with internal training and compliance matters
  • Counsels drug manufacturers on strategic approaches to compliance with all state drug transparency laws and regularly presents and publishes on new developments in these state laws
  • Regularly conducts regulatory due diligence reviews for numerous life sciences transactions, including mergers and acquisitions on behalf of private equity firms, and in connection with IPOs and SPACs, and advise clients on fraud and abuse, compliance, licensure, corporate practice of medicine, HIPAA, change of ownership, and other healthcare issues
  • Regularly advises both prominent and emerging pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device manufacturers on strategic approaches to Sunshine Act compliance
  • Negotiated and advised on numerous managed care and rebate agreements with pharmacy benefit managers, payors, and group purchasing organizations, on behalf of both emerging and prominent manufacturers
  • Advised company on strategic approaches to compliance with all aspects of the 340B Drug Pricing Program and integration of the 340B Drug Pricing Program into the company’s business model

  • Advised Biocon Biologics Ltd., in its definitive agreement to acquire Viatris Inc.’s global biosimilars business for $3.335 billion
  • Advised Blueprint Medicines Corporation on its definitive merger agreement to acquire Lengo Therapeutics, Inc., a precision oncology company, for $465 million
  • Advised CathWorks, a digital health innovations company, in its acquisition option agreement and co-promotion agreement with Medtronic
  • Advised CSafe Global, a portfolio company of Frazier Healthcare Partners and Thomas H. Lee Partners, on its acquisition of Softbox Systems, a provider to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries
  • Advised AbCellera, a technology company with a centralized operating system for next-generation antibody discovery, on its all-cash acquisition of TetraGenetics, a biotech company generating recombinant human ion channels and other transmembrane proteins
  • Advised Chiasma, Inc., a commercial stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing oral therapies for rare and serious chronic diseases, on its definitive agreement to be acquired by Amryt Pharma plc in an all-stock combination
  • Advised initial purchasers J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and SVB Leerink LLC on MannKind Corporation’s (a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of therapeutic products for chronic conditions) Rule 144A offering of $230 million 2.5% Convertible Senior Notes Offering
  • Advised Kingswood Capital Management, LP, a private investment firm primarily focused on investing in businesses in transition, in connection with its acquisition of Cost Plus World Market from Bed Bath and Beyond Inc
  • Advised Collective Medical Technologies, a real-time care collaboration network used by payors and healthcare organizations to improve patient outcomes, in connection with its sale to PointClickCare Corp. for approximately $600 million

  • Advised PepGen Inc., a biotechnology company developing therapies for neuromuscular diseases, in its $108 million initial public offering
  • Advised Amylyx Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage pharma company developing treatments for ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases, on its upsized initial public offering of shares of common stock
  • Advised C4 Therapeutics, a clinical-stage biotechnology company, in a Sales Agreement with Cowen and Company LLC for the sale of $200 million of C4 Therapeutics’s common stock in an “at-the-market” sales transaction
  • Advised Galecto, Inc., a biotechnology company, in its sales agreement with Jeffries LLC providing for the sale of $50 million of Galecto’s common stock in “at-the-market” transactions
  • Advised Absci Corporation, an AI-powered synthetic biology company, in its $230 million initial public offering
  • Advised underwriters in Rapid Micro Biosystems’, a life sciences technology company providing automation solutions for healthcare products, in its $158.4 million initial public offering
  • Advised Centessa Pharmaceuticals in its $379.5 million initial public offering
  • Advised Graphite Bio, a gene editing company, in its $273.7 million initial public offering
  • Advised Cerevel Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company developing treatments for neuroscience diseases, in its $350 million initial public offering
  • Advised Aerovate Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing drugs for cardiopulmonary disease, in its $139.8 million initial public offering
  • Advised Chardan Capital Markets as underwriters in Femasys’ (a biomedical company focused on women’s healthcare) $34.45 million initial public offering
  • Advised Goldman Sachs and Co. as lead underwriter in Valneva’s (a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases and COVID-19) $107.6 million initial public offering
  • Advised Goldman Sachs and Co. and J.P. Morgan as underwriters in Privia Health Group, Inc.’s (a technology-driven, national physician enablement company) $131.7 million initial public offering

  • Represented a practice management company in a Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation involving allegations of “upcoding” and other alleged fraudulent billing and coding practices*
  • Conducted multiple internal investigations on behalf of pharmaceutical drug and device manufacturers in response to allegations of violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute, the False Claims Act, and internal compliance violations*
  • Represented a managed care organization in a False Claims Act investigation of its Medicare Advantage reimbursement and related practices in response to a DOJ Civil Investigative Demand*

*Denotes experience prior to joining Goodwin. Prior to joining Goodwin, Heath was an Associate at Latham & Watkins.

  • Serving as a lead outside counsel to The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people, where he assists in negotiating service agreements, data privacy and security, healthcare regulatory issues, and employment law

Professional Activities

Heath is a member of the American Health Law Association and the American Bar Association.




Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law

(cum laude)


Northwestern University


Miami University

(summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa)



  • New York
  • District of Columbia

Recognition & Awards

  • Short list, Chambers and Partners Diversity and Inclusion Award: 2019 Future Leader – LGBT+ Equality


Speaking Engagements

  • Presenter, Understanding the Compliance Risks of Value-Based Contracting, Q1 18th Annual Medical Device Coverage & Reimbursement Conference, Chicago, IL, July 2022
  • Presenter, Practical Guide to Mitigating OIG’s Fraud Risks: 2020 OIG Special Fraud Alert on Speaker Programs and the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute, Q1 Annual Medical Device & Diagnostic, Clinical & Sales Training Conference, Charlotte, NC, June 2022