Colleen Buontempo
Practice Areas
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
Education
  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D.
  • Wayne State University, B.S., Criminal Justice
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Colleen Buontempo, Associate

973.364.5210 · 973.618.5907 Fax · cbuontempo@bracheichler.com

Colleen Buontempo represents clients primarily in PIP arbitration with approximately 65-70% of cases settling and approximately a 93% success rate for cases that proceed through arbitration. She has successfully represented and recovered millions of dollars for her clients including individuals, ambulatory care facilities, hospitals, physician groups, and health care entrepreneurs.

Prior to joining Brach Eichler, Colleen practiced in a wide variety of legal areas, including criminal defense, automotive litigation, premises liability, worker’s compensation, negligent security, New York labor law, and products liability.

Colleen is a supporter of The Faustman Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital, and their research in finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes.

Notable Matters
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  • In Drive New Jersey Insurance Co. v. Pleasantdale Ambulatory Care (PAS-L-1079-17), Colleen successfully defended an order to show cause to overturn a prior arbitration award for surgical supplies awarded to an ASC.
  • In Pleasantdale Ambulatory Care v. Farmers Insurance Company (MID-L1976-17), Colleen successfully pursued an order to show cause which vacated a three-DRP appeal panel’s award. It resulted in the upholding of the original arbitration award for ASC facility fees for a Medicare-approved CPT code.
Insights
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icon Alerts, July 26, 2019
July 2019 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, June 28, 2019
June 2019 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, May 8, 2019
May 2019 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, April 9, 2019
April 2019 Health Law Update
icon Alerts, January 15, 2019
2018 Health Law Year in Review
icon Newsletters, December 5, 2018
December 2018 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, November 5, 2018
November 2018 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, October 20, 2018
October 2018 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, September 5, 2018
September 2018 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, February 1, 2018
Health Law Update – 2017 Year in Review
icon Newsletters, July 5, 2017
July 2017 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, February 7, 2017
February 2017 Health Law Update
icon Newsletters, January 7, 2017
January 2017 Health Law Update
Blog
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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  October 16, 2017
Sanders Proposes Medicare for All Act of 2017
Healthcare Law Blog  September 20, 2017
Legislative Update- September 2017
Healthcare Law Blog  September 1, 2017
CMS Proposes to Cancel Mandatory Bundled Payment Models
Healthcare Law Blog  August 3, 2017
OIG Announces New Inquiries into Fraudulent Billing
Healthcare Law Blog  August 1, 2017
CMS Proposes Updates to Medicare OPPS for CY 2018
Healthcare Law Blog  July 7, 2017
CMS Proposes New MACRA Rules
Healthcare Law Blog  July 5, 2017
Effective Date for New Home Health COPs Delayed
Healthcare Law Blog  June 22, 2017
Legislative Update – June 2017
Healthcare Law Blog  May 24, 2017
Legislative Update- May 2017
Healthcare Law Blog  May 22, 2017
Amendments to NJCLIA
Healthcare Law Blog  May 11, 2017
CMS Updates Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol Form
Healthcare Law Blog  May 1, 2017
Randsomware Attacks Hit Health Care Organizations
Healthcare Law Blog  March 1, 2017
House GOP Unveils ACA Repeal/Replace Bill
Healthcare Law Blog  February 8, 2017
CMS Releases Final Rule Amending Home Health CoPs
Healthcare Law Blog  February 7, 2017
CMS Addresses Backlog in Medicare Appeals
Healthcare Law Blog  February 6, 2017
President Orders “One-In, Two-Out” Regulatory Scheme
Healthcare Law Blog  February 2, 2017
Legislative Update- February 2017
Healthcare Law Blog  January 23, 2017
Legislative Update- January 2017
Healthcare Law Blog  January 19, 2017
New Safe Care Camera Program
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
Healthcare Law Blog  January 10, 2017
CMS Announces New Care Delivery Models
Healthcare Law Blog  January 9, 2017
OIG Revises Safe Harbors under Anti-Kickback Statute