California State University, Northridge, B.A., 1995, magna cum laude
Loyola Law School, J.D., 1999
- 1999, California
Stacie K. Neroni practices in the firm's regulatory and business departments and focuses predominantly on regulatory compliance, licensure, certification and operational issues facing a vast array of provider types including hospitals, pharmacies, durable medical equipment providers, ambulatory surgical centers, home health agencies, laboratories and physicians. Ms. Neroni has extensive experience advising clients on highly technical government payment and regulatory issues and is one of the firms’ experts on issues related specifically to operational and ownership changes including licensing, certification, accreditation and participation in both the Medicare and Medi-Cal programs. In addition, Ms. Neroni assists providers in defending against False Claims Act investigations, including assisting in the defense of one of the largest hospital chains in the United States in a Federal False Claims Act investigation involving over 14,000 alleged false claims.
Ms. Neroni received her B.A. in Anthropology from California State University, Northridge in 1995, graduating magna cum laude. She received her J.D. degree from Loyola Law School at Los Angeles in 1999, and was admitted to the California Bar in December of that year.
- Los Angeles County Bar Association, Health Law Section
- The State Bar of California, Business Law Section
- American Bar Association, Health Law Section
- American Health Lawyers Association, Life Sciences Practice Group and Regulation, Accreditation & Payment Practice Group
- California Society for Healthcare Attorneys
- LACMA-LACBA Joint Committee on Biomedical Ethics (2006-2009)
- St. John’s Health Center/John Wayne Cancer Institute’s Joint Institutional Review Board (2007)
- Women in Health Administration
Honors & Awards
- Recognized as a Rising Star in Health Care Law by SuperLawyers, 2006- 2007.
Presentations & Speaking Engagements
- Webinar, March 22, 2017
- “Challenges in the World of Hospital Mergers,” American Bar Association, ABA Health Law Section and Business Law Section, Four Part CLE Webinar Series, January 10, 2013
- “Licensing & Certification Issues for California Health Care Providers,” Los Angeles County Bar Association, 7th Annual Healthcare Law Compliance Symposium, October 7, 2010, Los Angeles, CA
- “Staying Compliant with the Myriad of Statutory and Regulatory Requirements Related to Licenses, Permits and Pharmacy Records,” California Employee Pharmacists Association, June 11, 2006, Los Angeles, CA, August 13, 2006, San Diego, CA and November 19, 2006, Orange County, CA
- “OOPS, What Do We Do Now? A Provider’s Disclosure Obligation,” California Hospital Association, Hospital Reimbursement Seminars, June 7, 2005, Costa Mesa, CA and June 21, 2005, Pasadena, CA
- “Changing Lanes: Managing the Change of Ownership Process,” American Assoc. of Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Mar. 9, 2005, Reno, NV
In-House Training“Licensure and Medicare/Medi-Cal Enrollment: The Basics for Navigating the Regulatory Maze,” presented at Hooper, Lundy & Bookman Symposium. (October 2006)
- “Introduction to Healthcare Legal Research,” presented to Hooper, Lundy & Bookman Associates, May 2002, June 2002 and May 2003.
- June 23, 2017
- February 22, 2017
- Congress Eliminates OPPS Payments for Many New Hospital Off-Campus Outpatient Departments And Promotes Site-Neutral Payment Policy – Section 603 of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015October 30, 2015
- October 10, 2012
Health Law Perspectives
“ASCs Benefit from Enacted Bill Authorizing Clinic Permitting After Consequences of DPH Interpretation of Capen v. Shewry,” e-alert (October 2012)
California Hospital Survey Manual, California Hospital Association,
contributor (February 2012).
“Fundamentals of Hospital Licensing and Certification,” Chapter 9 contributing author, California Hospital Compliance Manual, California Hospital association (2010-2013).
“Guidelines for Physicians Concerning Decisions About Genetic Testing,” County Bar Update, March 2009, Vol. 29 No. 3, An E-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, www.lacba.org (member of writing committee of LACMA-LACBA Joint Committee on Biomedical Ethics)
“Proposed Bill Would Ease Medi-Cal Provider Ownership Transition,” 7 Health Law Perspectives 5 (June 2005)
“DHS Issues Medi-Cal Rule Changes via Bulletin,” 6 Health Law Perspectives 3 (Apr. 2004)
“New Compliance Program Requirements for Pharmaceutical Companies,” 6 Health Law Perspectives 10 (Dec. 2004)
Workshop on PRRB Practice Issues, (written materials), American Health Lawyers Association Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues, Baltimore, 2001 through 2004.
“DHS Power Over Medi-Cal Provider Enrollment Expanded,” 5 Health Law Perspectives 9 (Nov. 2003)
“The Federal False Claims Act: Can Whistle Blowers Reach State and Local Tax Dollars,” 44 St. Louis U. L.J. 133 (Winter 2000)