Provided by John W. Kaveney
Author of numerous articles addressing healthcare-related issues for both local and national publications. Has presented on healthcare-related topics to organizations including the Association for Corporate Counsel NJ Chapter, the New Jersey Hospital Association, the New Jersey Healthcare Financial Management Association, the Medical Society of New Jersey, and the New Jersey Dental Association.
Seton Hall University School of Law (2008), University of Notre Dame (2005)
Focuses practice in healthcare law, representing for-profit and non-profit hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, individual physicians and physician groups, ambulatory surgery centers, ancillary service providers, medical billing companies, skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities, behavioral health centers and pharmacies. Provides counsel on Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement matters before the Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services and the Provider Reimbursement Review Board, corporate and HIPAA compliance issues, healthcare regulatory matters, civil litigation and professional licensing concerns. Advises on issues related to data privacy, including those arising under HIPAA and HITECH. Assists in the implementation of privacy and security policies and to ensure the protection of sensitive information. Represents healthcare clients in investigating, reporting, and remediating information breaches and the liability such breaches create under various information privacy and security laws.
John Kaveney is an up-and-coming partner in the firm's healthcare and litigation departments. He has considerable experience advising clients on Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement disputes and wider regulatory concerns.
"John is a great attorney. He is very easy-going, approachable and he knows his stuff."