Carol Grelecki
Practice Areas
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New Jersey
Education
  • New York University School of Law, J.D.
  • Rutgers University, B.A., with high honors
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Carol Grelecki, Member

973.403.3140 · 973.618.5540 Fax · cgrelecki@bracheichler.com

Carol Grelecki represents the firm’s healthcare clients in a wide variety of corporate and transactional matters.  Her clients include physicians and physician groups, specialty practice societies, independent practice associations, hospitals, clinical laboratories, utilization managers, billing companies, and other medical professionals.

Carol also advises clients with regard to compliance, including matters pertaining to Medicare billing, fraud and abuse, and the Stark and Codey Laws.  Additionally, she represents clients in regulatory matters, including healthcare facility licensing issues and the preparation of required policies and procedures. She also reviews and negotiates managed care participation agreements and handles provider complaints against managed care companies.

Carol has been named to New Jersey Super Lawyers in 2018 and 2019 and to The Best Lawyers in America© for Health Law since 2015.

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Professional Activities
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  • Board of Trustees, Healing the Children New Jersey, Inc.
  • Member, American Health Lawyers Association
  • Member, Radiology Business Management Association

 

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July 2019 Health Law Update
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June 2019 Health Law Update
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May 2019 Health Law Update
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April 2019 Health Law Update
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2018 Health Law Year in Review
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December 2018 Health Law Update
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November 2018 Health Law Update
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Health Law Update – 2017 Year in Review
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Healthcare Law Blog  May 9, 2019
Legislative Update – May 2019
Healthcare Law Blog  April 6, 2019
Legislative Update – April 2019
Healthcare Law Blog  February 20, 2019
Legislative Update – February 2019
Healthcare Law Blog  January 28, 2019
Legislative Update – January 2019
Healthcare Law Blog  December 21, 2018
Legislative Update – December 2018
Healthcare Law Blog  November 29, 2018
Legislative Update – November 2018
Healthcare Law Blog  September 20, 2017
Legislative Update- September 2017
Healthcare Law Blog  August 1, 2017
CMS Proposes Updates to Medicare OPPS for CY 2018
Healthcare Law Blog  May 11, 2017
CMS Updates Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol Form
Healthcare Law Blog  March 1, 2017
House GOP Unveils ACA Repeal/Replace Bill
Healthcare Law Blog  January 18, 2017
OIG Issues Review of CMS’s Quality Payment Program
Healthcare Law Blog  January 17, 2017
Medicare Payments and the Two-Midnight Rule