Defending the "Impossible Day" Healthcare Fraud Prosecution
by Daniel G. Giaquinto and Guillermo J. Beades
featured within New Jersey Lawyer
 
          

April 15, 2016
 
Defending the "Impossible Day" Healthcare Fraud Prosecution is featured within the April 2016 issue of the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) publication, New Jersey Lawyer.

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Mr. Giaquinto is a Partner with Kern Augustine, P.C., where he heads the firm’s white collar criminal law section. He focuses his practice on the defense of healthcare professionals in criminal investigations and prosecutions; State Board licensing matters; civil penalty, adverse administrative and credentialing healthcare matters; and Government and Commercial Insurance audits. He is also qualified in New Jersey as a mediator and provides Alternative Dispute Resolution Services. Mr. Giaquinto has successfully defended physicians and ther health care providers in: Federal and State criminal matters; disciplinary actions before the NJ, NY and PA State Medical Boards; DEA Adverse Administrative Actions; Hospital and Military Medical Command Adverse Credentialing Actions; HIPAA Compliance and Law Against Discrimination Investigations; and Medicare and Medicaid Exclusion Actions. He has lectured at numerous health care venues on a wide range of issues including fraud and abuse, professional licensure and discipline, and regulatory issues.

Mr. Beades is responsible for representing physicians and other healthcare professionals in various healthcare law matters in a multitude of environments including, but not limited to, state licensing authorities, federal healthcare agencies (i.e., the Office of Inspector General, Medicare, Medicaid, DEA, OSHA), hospital review boards (credentialing and disciplinary), and billing/coding/fraud investigative units (both public and private). Practice areas further include the representation of physicians before state licensing and Medical Boards (i.e., SBME, OPMC, etc.), Medicare Audits, Health Plan Billing Audits, Medical Audits, HIPAA, Hospital Actions, Fraud & Abuse, Health Care Fraud, Medicare Fraud and other state/federal agency actions and/or investigations.