Anthony’s practice primarily consists of corporate healthcare transactional work and regulatory compliance matters. His clients have included major
academic medical centers, hospitals and health systems, post-acute venues, ambulatory surgery centers, freestanding emergency departments, physician
groups, and dialysis centers.
He regularly advises healthcare clients on general corporate matters and compliance and regulatory issues, including the federal Anti-Kickback and Stark
laws, Medicare policy, HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules, corporate practice of medicine and fee-splitting, state fraud and abuse laws, and state licensure
and certificate of need rules. His transactional practice focuses on private equity investment, provider affiliations and joint ventures, mergers and
acquisitions, and complex management service organization arrangements.
Prior to joining the firm, Anthony was a healthcare consultant. As a consultant, he worked closely with hospital systems and provided assistance with both
compliance and operational strategy and gained significant experience in hospital development and management. Anthony also spent a year with the Office of
General Counsel for the Department of Health and Human Services.
Anthony received his law degree from Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina. He received his undergraduate degree in business from Georgia
State University, where he was awarded the Faculty Scholarship Award and graduated summa cum laude.
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