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Denise L. Sanders, Esq.

Denise L. Sanders, Esq.

Shareholder, Health Care Group/Privacy & Security Group. Ms. Sanders has focused her practice in the areas of healthcare regulatory, transactional and operational matters for more than 20 years. She has extensive experience advising physicians and other healthcare providers on the multitude of regulatory and compliance requirements affecting healthcare delivery, including practice management issues; licensure and professional board matters; state and federal self-referral, anti-kickback, and fraud and abuse; electronic health records; telemedicine; collaboration agreements; and government and private payor relations. Her representative clients include individual practitioners, group practices, surgical practices, ambulatory surgery centers, ambulatory care facilities, and providers in the area of urgent care, post-acute care, home care, long-term care, and wellness.

There’s A Rule For That

By on September 13, 2018 in Regulation with 0 Comments

Health care is “under innovation.” No matter how health care is reformed, new and old arrangements will remain highly regulated, with new technology and collaborations moving faster than the law can adapt. Outdated regulations, some not amended in over two decades, may seem no longer relevant, but regulators won’t hesitate to use them. Innovators in health […]

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New Jersey Rule Takes Effect Governing Prescribers’ Compensation from Pharma

By on January 26, 2018 in Regulation with 1 Comment

New Jersey prescribers receiving almost anything of value from a pharmaceutical manufacturer, must ensure that such compensation complies with a new state regulation that took effect January 16, 2018.  The rule, Limitations on and Obligations Associated with Acceptance of Compensation from Pharmaceutical Manufacturers by Prescribers, was adopted as one of the last acts of the […]

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When it Comes to Diagnostic Testing, Be Careful of the Company You Keep

By on August 18, 2017 in Court Rulings with 1 Comment

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey reorganized its health care practice in 2010 and created a stand-alone Health Care and Government Fraud Unit to handle both criminal and civil investigations and prosecutions of health care fraud offenses. Since then, that office has recovered more than $1.36 billion in health care and […]

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