Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, announced that Ross P. Lanzafame, a partner in the firm’s Health Care and Human Services practice group, has been appointed to the board of directors of St. Ann’s Community for a two-year term.

St. Ann’s Community offers a continuum of care that includes independent senior living, assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care, short-term transitional care, palliative care, and adult day programs. One of the largest private employers in Rochester, St. Ann’s has more than 1,200 dedicated professionals serving the needs of the community’s residents.

As a health care attorney, Lanzafame counsels long-term and acute health care providers with regard to business, corporate and government regulatory matters, and represents clients before a variety of governmental agencies, bodies, boards and commissions. His practice is focused on reimbursement issues and regulatory compliance.

The Harter Secrest & Emery Health Care and Human Services attorneys work with health systems, hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, physicians and other health care facilities, agencies and professionals to provide guidance on day-to-day operational, business and regulatory issues involving patients, medical staff, medical records, financing, reimbursement, tax, contracts, corporate compliance, government investigations and the myriad of other matters that impact a health care organization. The firm also has significant experience in managed care and health care acquisitions, reorganizations and affiliations, and has developed integrated delivery systems involving hospital, nursing home, home care agency, physician and other provider services.

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