Anjana Patel (“Ahnj-na Puh-tel”) leverages more than two decades of legal experience to advise health care individuals and businesses nationwide on health care transactions and health regulatory compliance issues. She provides clients with creative and practical solutions while minimizing their risk and exposure.
Anjana represents a wide range of health care clients, including hospitals and health systems, physician practices, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), ambulatory surgery centers, radiology facilities, specialty pharmacies, post-acute care providers (including nursing homes and home health agencies), private equity funds and their health care portfolio companies, MSOs, information technology companies specializing in health care products and services, and various other health care industry service providers and businesses.
Clients turn to Anjana to represent them in a variety of business transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, recapitalizations, affiliations, joint ventures, physician-alignment transactions, MSOs, ACOs, IPAs, clinical integration networks, population health and direct contracting, and other strategic transactions designed to better position providers in the changing health care marketplace. She also actively represents clients in a variety of contractual matters, including professional services agreements, recruitment, and employment.
In addition, Anjana provides guidance and compliance strategies with respect to issues involving federal and state anti-kickback and self-referral laws, corporate compliance, corporate practice of medicine and fee-splitting, HIPAA, licensure, certificate of need, and other federal and state health care regulatory compliance matters. Clients also rely on Anjana for advice on the organization, governance, and operations of nonprofit and for-profit companies.
A frequent speaker on wide array of health care issues, Anjana has authored numerous articles in various national and local health care industry publications.
Anjana serves on Epstein Becker Green’s National Health Care and Life Sciences Steering Committee. Prior to joining the firm, she was Co-Chair of the Health Care Practice Group of a large regional law firm.