Coppersmith Brockelman Recognized in Two Categories in 2020 Ranking Arizona

Coppersmith Brockelman Recognized in Two Categories in 2020 Ranking Arizona

When Ranking Arizona released its 2020 lists of the state’s top companies in numerous industries, Coppersmith Brockelman was recognized on two legal lists. The firm made the Top Ten for both Law Firms and Health Care Law.  The ranking is the latest in a long list of recognition for Coppersmith Brockelman, with Best Lawyers, Chambers USA and Super Lawyers all honoring the firm and its lawyers in the last year.  Coppersmith Brockelman provides outstanding service in the areas of administrative law and government contracts, business litigation, corporate transactions, elections and political law, employee benefits, employment and labor, health care, insurance regulatory, mediation and arbitration services, nonprofit organizations and governance, public pension and real estate law. Its health care practice specializes in navigating complex business, regulatory and operation issues facing health care...

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Kristen Rosati Recaps a Year of Health Law Developments for the AHLA Annual Meeting

Kristen Rosati Shares Health Care Predictions for Az Business’ 2020 Business Outlook

Significant changes in the health care industry are in store for 2020. Attorney Kristen Rosati shared her insights in Az Business’ “Arizona’s Business Outlook for 2020.” She discussed how regulatory updates, new state and federal laws, and health care reform continue to catalyze waves of change in the industry. Moreover, she explained how rapid updates in health care technology present a challenge for lawmakers to keep up. Az Business has previously recognized Kristen as one of the state’s top health care attorneys. She has also been honored among the publisher’s esteemed Az Business Leaders, received the Az Business Arizona Health Care Leadership Award in 2014 and was recognized as one of the 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business in 2013. Kristen is considered one of the nation’s leading “Big Data” and HIPAA compliance attorneys.  With extensive experience in...

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Marki Stewart Joins Coppersmith Brockelman, Bolsters Firm’s Nationally Recognized Health Care Practice

We are pleased to announce that Marki Stewart has joined Coppersmith Brockelman. Marki is an art-loving, history-infatuated, die-hard gymnastics fan who dedicates her free time to learning about new trends in telemedicine and obsessing over Simone Biles. Marki helps hospitals, laboratories, surgical centers and other health care organizations navigate a variety of complex business and regulatory issues, including telemedicine, Stark Law and Anti-kickback Statute compliance, professional licensing, medical practice acquisitions, hospital-physician joint ventures, and HIPAA compliance. Marki has a special focus in telemedicine, assisting with licensing, reimbursement, credentialing, and data security issues. She is regularly tapped to share her telemedicine expertise with industry groups and trade publications as an author and speaker. Marki also represents health care providers in front of numerous boards and bodies, including the Arizona Medical Board, other...

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Melissa Soliz Breaks Down How Privacy Laws Prevent Effective Substance Use Treatment in Journal of Health Care Compliance

Melissa Soliz Appointed to Arizona Department of Health Services’ Human Subjects Review Board

Regulatory health care attorney Melissa Soliz has been appointed to the Arizona Department of Health Services’ Human Subjects Review Board, which protects people involved in biomedical and behavioral research. As a member of the board, Melissa helps assess the risks and benefits of research proposals and ensures informed consent, which is an ethical requirement for research with human subjects. The board also reviews research proposals to ensure the privacy and confidential information of human subjects remains protected. Melissa focuses her practice on HIPAA and 42 C.F.R. Part 2 compliance (the federal Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Record regulations), data breaches and OCR investigations, electronic health records and health information exchanges, compliance with opioid treatment laws and regulations, data sharing for research and clinical integration, and clinical...

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Kristen Rosati Recaps a Year of Health Law Developments for the AHLA Annual Meeting

Kristen Rosati Shares Expertise on Biospecimen and Genomic Data Security at Precision Medicine Conference

Kristen Rosati shared her expertise in biospecimen protection and data security at a lecture during Case Western Reserve School of Law’s Legal Challenges in Precision Medicine conference on April 7. Kristen lectured on “Control and Protection of Biospecimens and Genomic Data.” The conference discussed the legal challenges that are emerging as healthcare transitions to the Precision Medicine Initiative® (PMI) model instituted by the Obama administration in 2015. The PMI model entails tailoring health care to each individual’s genetic makeup, among other patient-specific factors. Kristen is a sought-after speaker on health care topics and has been active in national healthcare policy. She is considered one of the nation’s leading HIPAA compliance attorneys and has extensive experience in health information exchange, large data breaches, data sharing, clinical research, biobanking, and...

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Kristen Rosati Recaps a Year of Health Law Developments for the AHLA Annual Meeting

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)...

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