Attorney Profile

Eric D. Fader

Eric D. Fader

Partner

Eric Fader has represented healthcare providers and other corporate clients in connection with business planning and contractual issues, transactional matters, and federal and state regulatory compliance for more than 30 years.

Eric advises on reimbursement issues, matters related to federal and state anti-kickback and self-referral laws, HIPAA and HITECH Act matters (including privacy and data breaches), Affordable Care Act compliance, hospital privilege and medical staff issues, payor audits, and state licensure and certificate of need matters. His work also includes organizational matters, corporate governance and structuring/restructuring advice, operating agreements, shareholder and partnership agreements and disputes, labor and employment law issues, private securities offerings, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.

His clients include private practices of all types, urgent care facilities, telehealth companies, imaging centers, and providers of intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring services. Eric has also represented insurers and third-party administrators, provider networks, medical device suppliers, equipment vendors and lessors, and providers of electronic medical records and other online healthcare services in contractual and regulatory matters.

A frequent writer and commentator on healthcare issues, Eric has written for and has been quoted in Bloomberg BNA, Law360 and Thomson Reuters Westlaw, among many others.

Eric is a member of the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring. He served on the Board of Directors of Stayhealthy, Inc., a privately owned health solutions company committed to changing the way the world measures health and fitness.

New York
F: (212) 687-9044

477 Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10022-5843

Bar Admission

New York

Bar Affiliations

American Health Lawyers Association

Education

University of Pennsylvania Law School, Juris Doctor

Queens College, B.A., magna cum laude

Eric D. Fader

Partner

Eric Fader has represented healthcare providers and other corporate clients in connection with business planning and contractual issues, transactional matters, and federal and state regulatory compliance for more than 30 years.

Eric advises on reimbursement issues, matters related to federal and state anti-kickback and self-referral laws, HIPAA and HITECH Act matters (including privacy and data breaches), Affordable Care Act compliance, hospital privilege and medical staff issues, payor audits, and state licensure and certificate of need matters. His work also includes organizational matters, corporate governance and structuring/restructuring advice, operating agreements, shareholder and partnership agreements and disputes, labor and employment law issues, private securities offerings, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.

His clients include private practices of all types, urgent care facilities, telehealth companies, imaging centers, and providers of intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring services. Eric has also represented insurers and third-party administrators, provider networks, medical device suppliers, equipment vendors and lessors, and providers of electronic medical records and other online healthcare services in contractual and regulatory matters.

A frequent writer and commentator on healthcare issues, Eric has written for and has been quoted in Bloomberg BNA, Law360 and Thomson Reuters Westlaw, among many others.

Eric is a member of the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring. He served on the Board of Directors of Stayhealthy, Inc., a privately owned health solutions company committed to changing the way the world measures health and fitness.

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