Kristen Rosati Explains Complicated Web of Laws Regulating Privacy in Oncology Treatment and Research at National Cancer Policy Forum

Kristen Rosati Explains Complicated Web of Laws Regulating Privacy in Oncology Treatment and Research at National Cancer Policy Forum

Kristen Rosati addressed the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine National Cancer Policy Forum workshop on the role of digital health applications in oncology research and care. Kristen’s presentation addressed legal considerations around patient privacy and data security, in digital health applications. One of the nation’s leading “Big Data” and HIPAA compliance attorneys, Kristen focused on how the patient right of access, the patient right to direct disclosures to third parties, and the new information blocking and interoperability rules affect oncology digital health apps. She also provided an overview of privacy requirements for data sharing in cancer treatment and research, discussing the evolving standards for de-identification of genomic information.  With deep experience in data sharing for research and clinical integration initiatives, clinical research compliance, and biobanking and genomic...

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Kristen Rosati Explains Complicated Web of Laws Regulating Privacy in Oncology Treatment and Research at National Cancer Policy Forum

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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What All U.S. Businesses Need to Know About the California Consumer Privacy Act

What All U.S. Businesses Need to Know About the California Consumer Privacy Act

A new California privacy law goes into effect on January 1, and it will require major changes in how many companies in Arizona – and the rest of the United States – handle consumers’ personal information. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) applies far beyond companies with a physical presence in California. It can apply to any company that simply does business in California, which can include providing goods or services to California residents. In today’s mobile and global society, that’s an astounding number. One privacy organization estimates that the CCPA will apply to 500,000 companies in the United States, including many small- and medium-sized businesses. The groundbreaking legislation expands privacy rights for consumers and changes the way businesses disclose and use personal information. Here, we’ll cover which businesses...

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