Stacey Lipitz Marder


Education & Jurisdictions


Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2007
Cornell University, B.S., 2004
Licensed in NY & NJ

Publications


Understanding the Legal Ramifications Involving Medispas

New Guidance Issued by Medicare Involving Extrapolation

Deadline Approaching for Reporting 2018 HIPAA Breaches

New York’s Mandatory Compliance Program Obligation Deadline Approaching

Understanding Compliance

New York’s Mandatory Compliance Program Obligation Deadline Approaching

Featured in the Journal of the Nassau County Bar Association June 2018: Understanding the Legal Implications Involving Management Services Organizations

CMS Offers Possible Settlement Option for Providers with Pending Medicare Appeals

Understanding Family Leave Benefits in New York

Telehealth Audits To Be Added to OIG Work Plan

Tax Reform and Physician Consolidation

Understanding Third Party Payor Audits Affecting Physicians

Understanding EUOS and New Guidance Involving Corporate Structure

Understanding The Process of Leaving A Large Mega Group or Hospital After a Merger

Understanding Telemedicine

Understanding Lease

Understanding General Business Employee Manuals

Understanding Physician Employee Manuals

Understanding Financial Arrangements Between Anesthesiologist and Ambulatory Surgical Centers as per the Recent OIG Opinion

Understanding Ambulatory Surgery Centers

Understanding Business Associates

Understanding General Business Lease Agreements

Understanding Physician Lease Agreements

Understanding Physician Advertising

Understanding Succession Planning

Understanding Prepayment Audit Reviews

Understanding the Process of Starting a Medical Practice

Understanding The Process of Merging Your Practice With A Large Mega Group or Hospital

Understanding Physician Partnership/Shareholders’/Operating Agreements

Understanding IPAs

Stacey Lipitz Marder

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Ms. Marder focuses her practice in the area of healthcare law, with an emphasis on transactional matters and regulatory compliance. Ms. Marder has represented clients in both New York and New Jersey in connection with the formation and structure of professional practices and Article 28 facilities, joint ventures, stock and asset acquisitions, employment and consulting agreements, commercial leases, license agreements, buy/sell agreements, settlement agreements, and general corporate counseling. Ms. Marder also has experience advising healthcare clients on a wide range of regulatory issues including Stark, the Anti-Kickback Statute and HIPAA, as well as medical staff issues, managed care disputes, Medicare and Medicaid investigations, and licensure matters. She is also a frequent lecturer on health care topics including employment agreement negotiations and fraud and abuse. Ms. Marder graduated from Cornell University with honors (B.S.) in 2004, and Brooklyn Law School (J.D.) in 2007. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Notable Matters

  • Structured and negotiated joint venture arrangements between health care providers.
  • Structured and drafted documents in connection with multi-million dollar medical practice sale and sale of an ambulatory surgery center.
  • Represented medical practice in connection with integration into large hospital system.
  • Drafted and negotiated commercial lease agreements on behalf of health care clients.
  • Formed IPA in New York.
  • Formed Ambulatory Surgery Centers and Diagnostic and Treatment Centers.
  • Formed numerous professional corporations and limited liability companies for multiple providers, drafted related shareholders operating agreements.
  • Created concierge medical practices.
  • Represented healthcare client in multi-million dollar Medicare investigation.
  • Structured and settled multi-million dollar settlement with managed care company in connection with inappropriate billing.

Honors and Awards

  • 2017-2018 New York Metro Super Lawyers, Rising Stars

Lectures

  • Present “Physician Contracting” to residents at Winthrop University Hospital; Downstate Medical Center (Department of Ophthalmology); Brooklyn Hospital Center (Department of Family Medicine); Westchester Medical Center (Department of Orthopedic Surgery); Queens Hospital (Department of Internal Medicine); Long Island Jewish (Department of Emergency Medicine), Stony Brook (Department of Orthopedic Surgery); Bergen Regional Medical Center (Department of Psychiatry), Stony Brook (General Dental Residency), NYUMC/Bellevue Hospital (Department of Internal Medicine); Einstein/Montefiore (Department of Rheumatology), New York Methodist Hospital (Department of Medicine); St. Johns Hospital; Nassau University Medical Center;
  • Present “Regulations and Regulatory Agencies” to residents at Downstate Medical Center (Department of Ophthalmology); Brooklyn Hospital Center (Department of Family Medicine); Westchester Medical Center (Department of Orthopedic Surgery); New York Methodist Hospital (Department of Medicine)
  • Present “Fraud and Abuse” to residents at Downstate Medical Center (Department of Ophthalmology); Brooklyn Hospital Center (Department of Family Medicine); Westchester Medical Center (Department of Orthopedic Surgery); New York Methodist Hospital (Department of Medicine)
  • Present “The Physician Patient Relationship” to residents at Downstate Medical Center (Department of Ophthalmology); Brooklyn Hospital Center (Department of Family Medicine); Westchester Medical Center (Department of Orthopedic Surgery); New York Methodist Hospital (Department of Medicine); Staten Island University Hospital
  • Present “Medical Records, Coding & Reimbursement) to residents at Staten Island University Hospital
  • Present lecture on social media to the Young Physician Section of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY)
  • Present lecture on electronic medical records to the Young Physician Section of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY)
  • Present “Physician Contracting” lecture to the Residents Section of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY)
  • Present lecture on Legal Risk for Plastic Surgeons at the New York State Society of Plastic Surgeons annual meeting


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