Mr. Herrmann was a certified legal intern with the United States Attorney’s Office in the criminal division during his last year of law school. After graduation and admission to the Florida Bar, he was also admitted to the New Jersey Bar. As part of his practice in New Jersey, he represented physicians in the purchase and sale of their offices as well as assisting in mergers and proper formation of multi-disciplinary practices. Mr. Herrmann assisted in acquiring certificates of need for surgical and nursing home facilities and was active in assisting clients with their construction needs, including negotiating contracts with engineers for site development and the vertical construction of commercial and medical facilities. He lectured to various medical, chiropractic and physical therapy associations throughout the country on issues of healthcare compliance, privacy, stark safe harbors and proper documentation and coding. He also worked with programmers of various medical companies regarding proper coding and documentation programs. Mr. Herrmann has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry with an emphasis on compliance and the proper formation of multi-disciplinary practices as well as transferring and merging medical practices and durable medical equipment companies.
Mr. Herrmann currently concentrates his practice to issues of licensed professionals and other health care providers in all phases of administrative, civil and criminal health care regulatory matters. He represents clients before licensing boards and in the purchase, sale or merger of practices. He also represents professionals and entities in all regulated industries in federal and state courts. Mr. Herrmann has tried matters to conclusion in state and federal courts and administrative agencies and has represented health care providers in civil litigation relating to health care and commercial litigation matters, including requesting advisory opinions from the Office of the Inspector General on cutting edge issues that impact the healthcare industry.
As an Adjunct Professor at Ocean County College, he taught business law and has lectured on healthcare compliance, proper documentation and coding practices, privacy and False Claims Act. Mr. Herrmann has published multiple articles and guides on various healthcare topics including medical fraud and abuse issues.
- Nova Southeastern University – Juris Doctorate
- Bloomfield College – Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Education, issued a New Jersey teaching certificate K-12
- Litigation & Appeals
- Real Estate
- Commercial Transactions
- New Jersey
- U.S. District Court (New Jersey)
- U.S. District Court (S.D. Fla)
- Third Circuit Court of Appeal
Professional and Community Involvement
- Adjunct Professor of Business at Ocean County Community College
- Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
- Health Care Compliance Organization
Proposed Stark II Regulations Revisited, MegReg Bulletin
A closer look at the Self-Referral and Anti-Kickback Statutes, MedReg Bulletin
What Constitutes a Referral?
Without Fault: How is Fault Determined?
Fraud and Abuse in Arrangements Between Nursing Homes and Hospices.
The Perils of Healthcare Marketing
Advisory Opinions: What They Address and How to Request Them
The Importance of a Written Compliance Policy
Improper Inducements to Attract New Medicare Patients
New Tools for Detecting and Investigating Health Care Crimes
Are You at Risk, InPractice Magazine
Are you a victim of a Multi-disciplinary Scheme? Dynamic Chiropractic