Laura Keidan Martin, national Health Care co-chair, was named a Health Care and Life Science Trailblazer by The National Law Journal. The article notes how her experience as a summer associate at Katten influenced her career trajectory. "Thirty years later, [health care is] still a fascinating area to practice in. And COVID-19 has made it even clearer how important it is to provide sound legal advice to health care clients." The article also highlights her significant work representing hospitals and other health care providers in matters involving alleged False Claims Act (FCA), Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) and Stark Law violations. Looking to the future, Laura believes that regulatory changes to Stark Law and AKS could open the door to increased value-based health care arrangements. She expects the industry to see more government enforcement of the FCA — particularly in terms of whistleblowing cases related to COVID-19 relief. Laura also sees telehealth continuing to trend. "Evidence-based medicine and AI-based algorithms will become part and parcel of how health care is delivered." ("Health Care | Life Science —Trailblazers," March 2021)