Brach Eicher’s Mark Manigan Named Among New Jersey’s Most Powerful People in Health Care
Friday, April 1, 2011 • 3:55pm
Mark Manigan, a member of Brach Eichler L.L.C.’s health law practice group, has been ranked #12 in NJBIZ magazine’s "Power 50 Health Care," a list of the most powerful and influential leaders in New Jersey’s health care industry.
The only health care lawyer on the list, Manigan was cited as “a leading advocate for health care providers looking for a better deal from insurers...helped shape legislation on hot-button issues like ambulatory surgery centers and payments to out-of-network providers.” One insider says he's respected on both sides of the aisle, “as well as within the executive branch.”
Manigan’s practice focuses on the representation of health care industry participants on business transactions and regulatory matters. He serves a wide spectrum of health care clients, including ambulatory care facilities, hospitals, physician groups, long-term care facilities, real estate operators and health care entrepreneurs. Manigan serves as general counsel for many health care companies and has been retained as special health care counsel by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Trustee.
Manigan is a member of Brach Eichler's executive committee. He was named to Governor-Elect Chris Christie's Transition Team, serving on the health care subcommittee. He was also selected by the chairman of the New Jersey State Assembly Financial Institution and Insurance Committee Gary Schaer to serve on a working group analyzing out-of-network health insurance issues.
A resident of Maplewood, Manigan has been named "Forty Under 40" by both the New Jersey Law Journal and the New Jersey Business Journal. Manigan has also been selected by his peers every year since 2006 as a New Jersey Super Lawyer - Rising Star. In addition, Surgistrategies Magazine named Manigan to its December 2009 list of Who’s Who in Ambulatory Surgery.”
He has been cited as an authority on health care in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Outpatient Surgery Magazine, The New Jersey Business Journal, Physician's News Digest, Becker ASC Review, Real Estate Weekly, The Record, Estate Planning Review, The Star-Ledger, Endo Economics and AM/News.
A graduate of Bucknell University and Seton Hall University School of Law, Manigan is a frequent lecturer at industry events, is a member of the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania bars, and a member of the Board of Trustees of The Center for Great Expectations, a non-profit residential treatment center for pregnant, homeless and drug-addicted women in New Jersey.