Melissa Soliz Updates Arizona Society of Healthcare Attorneys on Changes to Data Rules

Following a consequential year for health privacy and data rules, Mel Soliz updated the Arizona Society of Healthcare Attorneys about the upcoming changes to health data and privacy at a webinar. During the webinar “Got Data? : How the Health Data Rules are Changing,” Mel presented alongside Joanne Charles, principal corporate counsel, privacy and regulatory counsel at Microsoft, and Elliot Golding, a partner at Squire Patton Boggs. Together they covered HIPAA’s COVID-19 guidance, Information Blocking/Interoperability, 42 CFR Part 2, and the interplay between different state laws. Mel is frequently consulted for her deep knowledge of information blocking. She works closely with community health information exchanges, health care providers, and health plans to understand and create compliance programs for the Information Blocking Rule, as well as the CMS...

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ASU College of Health Solutions Lauds Mel Soliz’s Contributions to MDC Advisory Board

Mel Soliz Presents on Information Blocking Rule Compliance at Health Current Summit

After enforcement on the Information Blocking Rule (IBR) began earlier this year, Melissa Soliz educated healthcare providers at a recent Health Current Summit on how to comply. In “Information Blocking Update: What Health Care Providers Need to Know,” Mel reviews what constitutes information blocking and what safe harbors are available to health care providers. Health Current is Arizona’s primary resource for healthcare information technology and exchange, bringing together communities and information across Arizona. The organization helps more than 3,000 Arizona providers use information technology to improve people’s lives. Mel is frequently consulted for her knowledge related on the IBR. Community health information exchanges, health care providers, and health plans turn to her for help in compliance with IBR and other regulations. Moreover, Mel is active in state and federal...

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