Abby Kaericher represents the Federation before the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, advocating on a wide range of critical issues to the tax-paying hospital community. Additionally, she maintains an active policy and legal portfolio at the Federation.
Prior to FAH, Abby practiced at the law firm of Hall, Render, Killian, Heath, and Lyman in the area of health care law with a focus on government relations and antitrust. She worked in the federal advocacy group, representing the interests of health care clients. She developed an interest in antitrust after working with the Federal Trade Commission in the health care division.
Abby received her J.D. with a Graduate Certificate in Health Law from Saint Louis University. During her time at SLU Law, she was selected as a Dean’s Scholar and was also a member of the Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society. Abby earned her undergraduate degree in Biology from Indiana University. She then received her Master’s degree in Biology from Purdue University. While in law school, Abby served as an editor for the Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy. Additionally, she worked as a pediatric medical assistant.