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Rose M. Matricciani
Partner
7 Saint Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21202-1636
Phone: 410.347.9476
Fax: 410.234.2355
rmatricciani@wtplaw.com
Awards

Rose Matricciani is a lawyer and a registered nurse who focuses her practice on healthcare. She has experience in representing healthcare providers before multiple licensure boards and representing physician practice groups in strategic alliance with hospitals. Ms. Matricciani also has experience reviewing home health contracts for clients in the certificate of need process and licensure for home health agencies in the state of Maryland.  Additionally, she has advised healthcare clients on fraud and abuse issues including self-referral, anti-kickback false claims and false statements. Outside of her practice, Ms. Matricciani is the co-author of Intravenous Drug Abuse and One Academic Health Center.

Healthcare – Hospitals and Nonprofits, Accreditation and Regulations

Health Law counsel during multi-hospital system's merger and joint venture with other hospital systems and healthcare organizations

Representation of physician practice group in strategic alliance with hospital

Representation of physician practice in negotiation with large healthcare system

Representation of healthcare providers before multiple licensure boards

Counsel to Hospital Boards in physician disciplinary matters and credentialing

Advise clients on HIPAA compliance issues

Professional Disciplinary Matters, Fraud & Abuse

Representation of healthcare providers before multiple licensure boards, including physicians, dentists, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, psychologists, counselors, acupuncturists and respiratory therapists

Representation of healthcare providers in qui tam case involving fraudulent Medicare billing

Advise healthcare clients on fraud and abuse issues including self-referral, anti-kickback false claims and false statements

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Health law counsel to long-term care facility during Medicare audit, change in ownership and eventual sale of facility

Health law counsel representation of continuing care retirement communities on licensure, regulatory, and contractual issues

Health law counsel to publicly-traded company re: change in ownership of continuing care retirement community

Advise continuing care providers on regulatory submissions including contracts, disclosure statements, amendments, notifications and filings

Business and Corporate Law

Advise parties in merger, acquisition and other business transactions regarding health care issues

Advise health care clients in formation, corporate structure and governance

Advise health care entities in physician recruitment

Review and evaluate physician employment/independent contractor agreements

White Collar Criminal Defense

Representation of health care providers in responding to and defending against government inquiries, investigations, and prosecutions

Recognitions

BV Peer Review Rated: Martindale-Hubbell

Listed in Best Lawyers in America, 2008 - present

Recognized in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, published by Chambers and Partners

Listed in Maryland Super Lawyers, 2009 - present

Recipient: Governor's Citation, Maryland  (1997)

Recipient: DHMH Certificate of Appreciation (1997)

Recipient: Regional Administrator's Award, Health Care Financing Administration (1995)

Publications & Presentations

Don’t Get Caught with Your Compliance Pants Down: Compliance Effectiveness and Role of Counsel, co-presenter, 35th Annual Meeting & Educational Conference for The American Association of Nurse Attorneys, August 2017

Legal Issues Update, co-presenter, Boards Shaping the Future LeadingAge Maryland Governance Symposium, February 2015

Presentation: Medical Record Law in Maryland, August 2014. Materials available here.

Contributing Editor, Module One:  Domestic Violence; Module Two:  Child MaltreatmentModule Three:  Elder/Vulnerable Adult Abuse and Neglect, MedChi, January 1997;

Contributing Editor, Domestic Violence Resource Directory, Baltimore City and Baltimore County Bar Associations' Special Committee on Domestic Violence and its Impact on Children, July 1996;

Co-Editor, A Guide for Nurses Responding to Domestic Violence; Author, OSHA Regulations and Bloodborne Pathogens:  Model Exposure Control Plan (MedChi);

Co-Author, Intravenous Drug Abuse and One Academic Health Center (JAMA).

Memberships & Activities

Member: Bar Association of Baltimore City

Member: Baltimore County Bar Association

Member: Maryland State Bar Association, Health Law Section, Secretary/Treasurer (2000); Vice Chair (2001); Chair (2002)

Council Member: Health Law Section, Maryland State Bar Association (1999 - 2005)

Member: American Bar Association

Member: American  Health Lawyers Association

Member: Chesapeake Nurse Attorneys Association

Peer Review Committee Member: Attorney Grievance Committee (1999 - 2005)

Council Member: The Attorney General's and Lt. Governor's Family Violence Council (1996 - 2000)

Consultant: Domestic Violence Medical Response Advocacy Project (1995 - 1999)

Member: Legal Studies Advisory Board, School of Justice,  CCBC (2003 - present)

Member: Upton School Foundation Board, (Home and Hospital Program),  President (2003 - present)

Education

  • University of Maryland School of Law (J.D. 1989)
  • Loyola College (B.A. 1983)
  • Essex Community College (A.A. 1973)Nursing