Steven is a health law attorney focused on assisting healthcare providers, including senior living facilities, with their operational and regulatory matters. Steven regularly assists clients in professional licensing, compliance planning, Medicare/Medicaid issues and appeals, DEA issues, and provider contracting. Steven also practices administrative law and appears before the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH) and various State Boards.
Prior to practicing law, Steven’s professional career included the practice of medicine and medical management consulting. As a management consultant for corporations and small businesses, Steven helped clinics, health systems, physician practices, and pharmaceutical companies with their operational, financial, IT, and strategy needs. He frequently gave educational presentations at facilities including, Virtua Healthcare (south New Jersey), Sentara Healthcare (southeastern Virginia/ northeastern North Carolina), H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute (Tampa, Florida), and General Electric’s Executive Training Center (Crotonville, New York).
Steven received his undergraduate education at The Pennsylvania State University and attended medical school at Temple University. He completed an internal medicine internship at The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Mercy Hospital. His patient care experience involved inpatient, outpatient, surgical, and emergency settings. Steven later decided to pursue his interest in healthcare policy and administration by seeking graduate business education at Carnegie Mellon University. He obtained his JD from Stetson University College of Law, where he served as president of the Health Law Student Association. Additionally, he has received certification in Health Care Compliance from the Health Care Compliance Association.
His representative experience includes:
- Department of Health investigations and administrative complaints, and Professional Licensing
- Administrative appeals to Florida District Courts
- Healthcare regulatory compliance
- Academic Medical Centers and Graduate Medical Education matters
- Impaired practitioners and IPN/PRN