In the area of health care contracting, the attorneys of Petrillo & Powell have represented and advised:
- Offerors for TRICARE MCS contracts (advising about teaming, subcontracting, the solicitation, and related matters), and a major MCS subcontractor
- Contractors providing medical examinations and health assessment services
- Direct care companies holding Government contracts for occupational health services
- A contractor operating clinics for military dependents
- A pharmacy benefits manager seeking a contract for mail-order prescription services;
- A health care database and provider network contractor
- A manufacturer of medical equipment selling its products through a multiple-award contract
- A health care consulting and software firm.
In addition, Mr. Petrillo is the co-author of “Government Health Care Contracting”, and author of a monograph on the CHAMPUS contracting for the Bureau of National Affairs. Mr. Petrillo and Ms. Powell co-authored “Opportunities and Pitfalls in Healthcare Partnerships with Federal Agencies” for the Washington Business Journal. Mr. Petrillo wrote a critique of a GAO report on the MCS contracts for US Medicine for the Washington Business Journal. He also contributed an article on overspecification in Federal healthcare contracts for Business & Health. He has co-authored a Briefing Paper on Facing a Fraud Investigation.
In addition, he has been quoted on Government contract matters by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Legal Times, and Modern Healthcare. Mr. Petrillo is a member of the ABA’s Public Contracts Section Section’s newly-formed Committee on Health Care Procurement. Mr. Petrillo has lectured on health care procurement for the Federal Bar Association, and Federal Publications, Inc., and on healthcare fraud at the Federal Healthcare Acquisition Conference.