The Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities (CAHCF) recently honored Murtha Cullina attorney and North Haven resident Stephen E. Ronai with the ElderCare Advocacy Award.
The award, presented July 11th by Matthew Barrett, CAHCF’s Executive Vice-President during the organization’s Annual Meeting in Mystic Seaport, was given in recognition of Mr. Ronai’s many years of advocacy in legal matters on behalf of nursing homes.
Mr. Ronai now serves as Of Counsel to Murtha Cullina and he previously served as Chairman of the firm’s Health Care department for more than twenty years. Mr. Ronai’s health care regulatory experience has included the provision of strategic business planning as well as administrative agency regulatory and litigation assistance to a broad spectrum of health care providers including hospitals, nursing homes and physician groups and he has enabled providers to surmount regulatory hurdles to reach the health care market and to obtain appropriate third party government and managed care organization (“MCO”) private payment reimbursement. Mr. Ronai earned his A.B. from Columbia University and his LL.B. from Yale University.
About Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities
Established in 1929, the Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities, Inc. (CAHCF) is the state’s largest not-for-profit member association representing profit and not-for-profit health care facilities providing long-term, subacute, rehabilitative and assisted living services to nearly 20,000 Connecticut citizens; and allied health-care-related businesses and organizations.
About Murtha Cullina LLP
With more than 115 attorneys in six offices throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts, Murtha Cullina LLP offers a full range of legal services to meet the local, regional and national needs of our clients. Our practice encompasses litigation, regulatory and transactional representation of businesses, governmental units, non-profit organizations and individuals. Core practice areas include litigation, labor and employment, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, energy, health care, trusts and estates, affordable housing, real estate, land use and retail and hospitality.