Stephen Matthew Angelette

Associate— Baton Rouge
Phone: 225.381.3179
Fax: 225.381.8029
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Stephen is an associate in the Baton Rouge office practicing in the area of healthcare. Since graduating from the Saint Louis University School of Law with a certificate in healthcare law, his practice has included the representation of hospitals, physicians, physician groups, clinics and other health care professionals and organizations in a variety of health care matters including evaluating relationships among health care providers to determine compliance with fraud and abuse laws, including the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback statute, and HIPAA. Stephen also provides guidance to health care professionals and organizations in matters relating to internal investigations, compliance program development, and reporting requirements, as well as drafting and reviewing employment agreements, compliance agreements, management contracts and leases. He has also represented health care providers in licensing matters before associations and boards regulating health care professionals.


Saint Louis University School of Law, J.D., 2010

University of Arkansas, B.A. Psychology, cum laude, 2006


Louisiana, 2010

Professional Associations

American Health Lawyers Association

Louisiana Hospital Association

Baton Rouge Bar Association

Louisiana Bar Association

American Bar Association

Honors and Awards

Named a "Rising Star" in the area of Health Care by Louisiana Super Lawyers


The Grassley and Vitter Amendments and What They Illuminate About the Cost of Health Insurance” 12/19/2013

BSW Health Law Blog” 8/15/2013

Wellness Programs in the Workplace: New Rules and Opportunities for Employers, Louisiana Medical News” July 2013

Sunset on the Horizon - The Impending Expiration of the Stark EHR Exceptions” LHA Impact Law Brief, April 10, 2013

OCR Finalizes Provisions to the HIPAA Enforcement Rule in the HIPAA Megarule To Address Liability and Civil Money Penalties for HIPAA Violations” ABA Health eSource, January 2013

Another Band-Aid for Medicare Reimbursement: The Fiscal Cliff 'Doc Fix'” Louisiana Ledger: Journal of Louisiana Healthcare Financial Management Association, January 2013

HHS Issues HIPAA Omnibus Rule” Louisiana Hospital Association Impact Law Brief, January 2013

Affordable Care Act Found Constitutional by Supreme Court” Louisiana Hospital Association's Impact Lawbrief, June 2012

The $5 Million Question – Are You Complying with Section 6032 of the DRA?” Louisiana Hospital Association's Impact Lawbrief, May 2012

The Patient-Centered Medical Home Model: Integration and Implementation” Louisiana Medical News, May 2012


Veteran's Benefits and Appeals, Veteran’s Affairs, November 11, 2013

Healthcare Reform Update, Louisiana Chapter of HFMA, August 2013

ACOs, “The Basics?” Annual Meeting of the Louisiana / Mississippi Hospice and Palliative Care Association , July 24, 2013

ACA Employer Mandate Update, Louisiana Association for General Contractors Annual Meeting, June 21-23, 2013

HIPAA Changes: Understanding and Implementing the Latest Rule, Louisiana Conference on the HIPAA Omnibus Rule, March 11, 2013

Physician Practice Compliance Obligations with the Requirements of the Affordable Care Act, Louisiana Association of Orthopaedic Executives Annual Meeting, March 2, 2013

Advanced Business Associate Issues, Louisiana HIPAA Conference, October 29, 2012

Implementation of New Healthcare Delivery and Payment Models in the Healthcare Reform Legislation: Challenges for Physician Practices - Greater New Orleans Medical Group Management Association, Medical Manager Boot Camp, September 26, 2012

The Rise of the Compliance Industry in Healthcare, Saint Louis University School of Law, September 17, 2012

Patient Centered Medical Homes, ACOs, and Other New Healthcare Delivery Models from Healthcare Reform Legislation - Louisiana State Bar Association CLE, Healthcare: Legal Landscape After Healthcare Reform, September 7, 2012


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