Kristen Rosati’s Health Care Data Expertise Included in Proceedings from National Academies Workshop on Neuroscience Data in the Cloud

Kristen Rosati Tackles Developing Standards for De-Identifying Clinical Information at National Cancer Institute Workshop

On February 25, the National Cancer Institute hosted a workshop on de-identification of patient information, which is essential to research and an important way to protect the privacy of individuals. Kristen Rosati discussed the various standards for de-identification under international, federal and state laws in her talk, “Coping with Evolving Standards for De-Identification of Clinical Information.”  Considered one of the nation’s leading “Big Data” and HIPAA compliance attorneys, Kristen has extensive experience in data sharing for research, clinical integration, and artificial intelligence initiatives; clinical research compliance; and biobanking and genomic privacy. She regularly speaks on these topics at national conferences and forums.   Kristen is a past President of the American Health Lawyers Association (2013-2014).  Learn more about the National Cancer Institute. ...

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Kristen Rosati’s Health Care Data Expertise Included in Proceedings from National Academies Workshop on Neuroscience Data in the Cloud

Kristen Rosati Appears on AHLA Speaking of Health Law Podcast

As a Past President of the American Health Lawyers Association, and a member of the planning committee of the 2020 AHLA Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Institute, Coppersmith Brockelman’s Kristen Rosati was asked to record podcast about the AHLA AMC Institute  Speaking of Health Law podcast. During the 20-minute “2020 Outlook for Teaching Hospitals and Academic Medical Centers” episode, Kristen shared highlights from the AMC Institute and about her legal practice.One of the nation’s leading “Big Data” and HIPAA compliance attorneys, Kristen has deep experience in data sharing for research, development of artificial intelligence and clinical integration initiatives, clinical research compliance, and biobanking and genomic privacy.  Kristen, a Past President (2013-2014) of AHLA, is a sought-after national speaker on these issues and has been active in national healthcare policy.   Learn...

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Kristen Rosati Discusses a Year of Healthcare Law Developments with the AHLA Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute

Kristen Rosati Discusses a Year of Healthcare Law Developments with the AHLA Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute

When health lawyers from around the country gathered in Phoenix for the recent American Health Lawyers Association’s Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute, Coppersmith Brockelman’s Kristen Rosati brought them up to speed on the many changes in healthcare law over the last year. Speaking at a plenary session, Kristen covered changes to healthcare reform and the Affordable Care Act; privacy and security laws; public health responses to the coronavirus, immunization, and opioid crises; and developments in life sciences laws.  One of the nation’s leading “Big Data” and HIPAA compliance attorneys, Kristen has deep experience in data breaches, health information exchange, data sharing for research and clinical integration initiatives, clinical research compliance, clinical trials contracting, and biobanking and genomic privacy.  Kristen, a Past President (2013-2014) of AHLA, is a sought-after national speaker...

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Three Coppersmith Brockelman Attorneys Present at Arizona Health Law Basics Conference

Three Coppersmith Brockelman Attorneys Present at Arizona Health Law Basics Conference

Our nationally recognized health care practice made an impressive showing at the Arizona Society of Healthcare Attorneys’ (AzSHA) Arizona Health Law Basics Conference at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Attorneys Scott Bennett, Marki Stewart, and Melissa Soliz offered expertise on various health care legal matters in educational seminars at the event.   Scott and Marki participated in the “Emergent Technologies” panel, sharing knowledge of developing telehealth technologies, and explaining the impact of artificial intelligence on health care. Marki spoke about licensing procedures, board exams, and peer review processes in a presentation titled “ADHS Licensing, Professional Boards and Peer Review.”Melissa presented on compliance issues in “Privacy Survey: HIPAA, 42 CFR Part 2, GDPR and State Laws.”  Scott has extensive experience assisting clients in health care and other industries with information privacy and...

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Sam Coppersmith Co-Presents National Business Institute Webinar on Start-to-Finish Nonprofit Formation

Advising clients through the maze of eligibility requirements, bylaws, processing procedures, group exemptions, and other complexities of the 501(c)(3) application process can be challenging. In a recent National Business Institute (NBI) webinar, Sam Coppersmith shared tips for advising nonprofit clients through the application process.  Sam covered critical portions of the designation process, including: TCJA and other laws, rules, regs, and enforcement activities impacting nonprofits.Eligibility requirements and classifications.Establishing tax exempt status with the IRS. The webinar focused on the onerous requirements, step-by-step, and how to identify problematic issues to ensure clients successfully acquire nonprofit designation from the IRS. Sam has more than three decades of experience assisting local and national businesses and nonprofit entities as well as individuals and small businesses. He is a regular speaker for NBI, covering a range of...

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Kristen Rosati’s Health Care Data Expertise Included in Proceedings from National Academies Workshop on Neuroscience Data in the Cloud

Kristen Rosati Highlights Privacy Challenges in Presentation at Health Care Compliance Association’s Regional Conference

Collaborative care arrangements are increasingly popular in the health care industry as a way of improving care and reducing costs.  An understanding of the legal issues involved in data sharing is crucial to implement these arrangements correctly. In a presentation for the Health Care Compliance Association’s Regional Compliance Conference in Nashville, attorney Kristen Rosati broke down key laws and regulations for data sharing.  Kristen discussed the legal framework for data sharing in Accountable Care Organizations, Clinically Integrated Networks, and other collaborative care arrangements. She and her co-speakers, Tyler Golden and Heathyr Fields of Community Health Systems, highlighted particular challenges under HIPAA, the federal substance use disorder treatment confidentiality regulations, and state privacy requirements for data sharing across legal entities. They also advised on practical ways to manage risk in those...

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