Anjali has been practicing law for 15 years, mainly focused on health care transactional and regulatory matters. She prepares and reviews LOIs, purchase agreements and other transaction documents for health care providers needed for the business transfer and necessary for the transfer of NJDOH and NJDHS licenses and provider numbers. She also reviews agreements required for the day to day operations of health care facilities.
She has counseled skilled nursing, assisted living, adult medical day care, outpatient facility clients and hospitals regarding NJDOH regulatory requirements, licensure process, CMS/Medicare requirements, and NJ Codey Law requirements. She also routinely analyzes business transactions under the Federal and State referral and kickback prohibitions and licensure requirements.
Anjali has prepared and managed submissions for transfer of ownership of various licensed health care facilities, such as nursing homes, adult medical day care, outpatient/acute care facilities, and partial care facilities. She has prepared numerous Medicare (CMS 855) and NJ Medicaid applications in connection with, provider enrollment, changes of ownership and for routine revalidations required under Federal and State Law.
Anjali has served as an analyst at the NJDOH Certificate of Need and Healthcare Facility Licensure Program.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Anjali N. Baxi