Nicole DiMaria, a member in the firm’s Health Care and Hospital, Corporate and Securities and Privacy & Data Security Groups, represents a wide range of health care entities such as health care professionals, physician groups, ambulatory care facilities, health care and hospital systems, long-term care facilities, medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers and companies/vendors that provide services to the healthcare industry.
She assists clients in navigating complex health care corporate and regulatory issues, advising on matters such as:
- Federal Stark and Anti-Kickback Law compliance
- HIPAA/HITECH Covered Entity and Business Associate compliance
- Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement and enrollment
- CHAPA, certificate of need and state licensing
- State health care/professional regulatory compliance
Nicole is a frequent author and speaker for organizations such as the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA), the Health Care Compliance Association and the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. She was selected for the AHLA’s inaugural Leadership Development Program in 2009, served as Co-Chair of the AHLA’s Health Law Curriculum Task Force, and is currently Vice-Chair of the AHLA Hospitals and Health Systems Practice Group. Nicole was selected for inclusion in New Jersey Super Lawyers - Rising Stars
from 2010 - 2016. She was also selected by the New Jersey Law Journal
to the 2015 New Leaders of the Bar listing of the state’s leading young attorneys.
Nicole obtained her J.D., with a concentration in health law, from Seton Hall Law School. She was the managing editor of the Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal and served as its acting editor-in-chief. While at Seton Hall, Nicole served as research assistant to the founder of Seton Hall Law’s health care program and current Dean, Kathleen Boozang, she received the 1999 Gibbons Health Law Fellowship, the 2001 Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal Distinguished Service Award and was also the winner of the 2001 Brach Eichler Health Law Writing Competition.