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  • Education
    • J.D., summa cum laude, Michigan State University College of Law, 1984
    • B.S.N., summa cum laude, University of Detroit/Mercy, 1973
Janice Anderson offers a unique perspective to health care clients that is based on her extensive clinical and health care operational background (including serving on the senior executive team for a large regional health system for 14 years). She focuses her practice on corporate health care and transactional law, as well as mergers and acquisitions, hospital/physician and other joint ventures, physician relationships and contracting, and compliance.

Her areas of emphasis include:
  • Advising clients on the development of health care business structures to achieve strategic goals, and structuring hospital/physician alignment strategies to improve the quality and cost effectiveness of care, including the development of clinically integrated networks and accountable care organization
  • Conducting mergers and acquisitions and other  health care transactions, including navigating through the myriad legal issues arising in such transactions, such as licensure, fraud and abuse,  tax-exempt status, reimbursement, etc.
  • Handling legal and regulatory compliance; developing and implementing corporate compliance programs for hospitals and other health care providers; and advising clients in analyzing legal/compliance issues, including enforcement risks arising from quality of care and patient safety issues
  • Handling compliance  issues and developing creative solutions to issues involving Stark, anti-kickback, HIPAA, EMTALA, False Claims Act, reimbursement, civil money penalty laws, etc.
  • Handled the spinoff of a Chicago-based hospital from a large national system, creating a public juridic person to preserve Catholic identity.
  • For numerous clients nationally, developed many clinically integrated networks and accountable care organizations involving physicians, hospitals and post acute care providers, including obtaining approval from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for several to participate in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
  • Established a multi-state wide clinically integrated network owned by multiple large health systems.
  • Developed the “Pay for Quality” model of hospital/physician alignment to financially align a broad group of medical staff members to improve a hospital’s quality of care and obtained approval by the Office of Inspector General.
  • Structured numerous bundled payment arrangements, including under the CMS Bundled Payment for Care Improvement initiative.
  • Handled many mergers and acquisitions involving hospitals, physician groups and post acute care providers on both the sale and buy side of the transactions.
  • Formed many joint ventures between hospitals, physicians, and post acute care providers to provide ancillary services.
  • Drafted, negotiated and handled implementation issues related to many service line co-management agreements, including developing incentive compensation programs and evaluating incentive metrics for regulatory compliance.
  • Developed and implemented corporate compliance programs including conducting legal risk assessments and evaluating the effectiveness of the programs.

eAlerts Alerts
November 2016
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October 2016
eAlerts Alerts
September 2016
Publications & Presentations
Payor Strategies for Pediatric Providers in a Changing Market Place
AHLA Presentation
September 13, 2016
eAlerts Alerts
June 22, 2016
Publications & Presentations
Lingering Questions Surrounding Tax Implications of ACOs/CINs
Webinar; Co-Presenter
February 24, 2016
Publications & Presentations
New Business Opportunities in Post Acute Care
New Opportunities and Challenges for Post-Acute Providers in the Evolution of Delivery Reform, IAHA Symposium
October 27, 2015
eAlerts Alerts
July 6, 2015
Publications & Presentations
Compliance Today
Co-Author
July 2015
Publications & Presentations
Compliance Today
Co-Author
July 2015
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