Kristen Rosati Reviews a Year of Health Law Updates for AHLA’s Annual Meeting

Kristen Rosati Discusses Compliance Considerations When Sharing Health Data

Looking to educate health system clients about how they can enable compliant data partnerships between hospitals and companies, healthcare data company OMNY turned to Kristen Rosati to address the changing landscape, legal considerations and opportunities for future innovation. Kristen, one of the nation’s leading HIPAA compliance attorneys, joined OMNY Chief Operating Officer Sunny Grewal for a virtual fireside chat highlighting some of the finer details of HIPAA compliance. The conversation disclosure requirements and a discussion of HIPAA Privacy Rule de-identification methods. She also discussed how healthcare systems can use data for innovation, while remaining compliant with HIPAA and other regulations. OMNY is among the leading healthcare data companies in the nation. Through its work with healthcare facilities and companies, the organization supports data-driven innovation to improve patient...

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Karen Owens Leads Webinar on Medical Peer Review and Information Sharing

Karen Owens conducted a webinar March 28 for the National Association of Medical Staff Services (NAMSS), the national organization of medical staff services professionals. In “Sharing Peer Review Information Among Entities: Why, When, and How,” Karen discussed the trend toward sharing peer review information among health care entities for quality assurance and peer review purposes, analyzed the key components among various state information-sharing laws, and explained how to construct policies and agreements to safely share peer review information while preserving confidentiality. In 2015, Karen co-presented on negligent credentialing and peer review at the NAMSS annual meeting, and she has conducted numerous educational programs for Arizona’s NAMSS affiliate. Karen is a seasoned health care attorney who represents health care systems, hospitals, clinics, managed care entities and other...

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