Lindsey Johnson provides practical guidance and support for clients across the health care industry. Her experience dealing with a wide range of issues at public and private organizations — from negotiating managed care agreements to developing policies governing access to behavioral health records — informs her solutions-oriented approach. Lindsey joined Hogan Lovells in 2021, after serving as in-house counsel at a pediatric hospital and in one of the nation’s largest school districts. She understands the variety of legal and institutional complexities her clients face and the importance of providing timely and tailored advice. Her organization, commitment, and curiosity make her a valuable member of any team, whether she is responding to a specific compliance question or working on a complex transaction. Her background and experience in public health, health care policy, and non-profit organizations provide valuable context for her work.