22 Mar 2017
Kristen Rosati Shares Biobanking, Big Data and Data Breach Expertise at Three Industry Events
Coppersmith Brockelman attorney Kristen Rosati is considered one of the nation’s leading HIPAA compliance attorneys, and has deep experience in clinical research compliance, biobanking and “Big Data.” She is a sought-after speaker on each topic, and was recently called upon to share her expertise at the following events:
- 2017 Southern Arizona Biomedical Research Symposium on Biobanking and Informed Consent: Challenges and Solutions: As keynote, Kristen presented on “The Changing Biobanking Legal Landscape.” The symposium was held at the University of Arizona Cancer Center on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. The half-day event focused on the legal and ethical challenges associated with consenting study participants and collecting tissue samples to be stored in biorepositories. Listen to a recording of the seminar here.
- American Health Lawyers Association’s (AHLA) program on Legal Issues Affecting Academic Medical Centers and Other Teaching Institutions: On March 9, 2017, Kristen presented on “Data Sharing for Clinical Integration and Other ‘Big Data’ Initiatives,” which addressed legal parameters around data sharing initiatives, data governance and contracting in data sharing initiatives.
- AHLA’s Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute: On February 3, 2017, Kristen spoke about cybersecurity breaches in a joint presentation with Justin D. Pitt, the Vice President of Litigation and Deputy General Counsel at Community Health Systems, titled “Cybersecurity—Into the Breach: Practical Actions to Respond and Minimize Risk.” It encompassed breach reporting obligations, ransomware, communications, insurance, preparing for litigation, and more.