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HIPAA Final Omnibus Rule Brings “Sweeping Change” to Health Care Industry

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Jennifer Mitchell, health care practice group partner, Dinsmore Shohl, law firm,
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Jennifer is a Partner in the Health Care Practice Group and leads the firm’s HIPAA Privacy and Security practice and initiatives. In her HIPAA practice, she works with clients to minimize the risk of privacy and data security issues, assisting with all aspects of HIPAA privacy and security compliance, governance, audits/investigations, breach analyses, training and strategic planning. She has a thorough understanding of federal and state privacy and confidentiality laws and has served as a health care privacy expert witness. 

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Matthew Arend, Litigation Attorney, Dinsmore Law Firm, privacy, data security
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Matt is a member of the Health Care Practice Group, focusing his practice on all aspects of federal and state privacy and data security issues, including HIPAA compliance, breach analyses, and governance. He also routinely advises clients on compliance with federal and state anti-kickback laws, Stark law, Sunshine Act, Medicare Secondary Payer laws, pharmaceutical marketing rules and other regulatory matters. Additionally, his thorough knowledge of the healthcare arena enables him to counsel clients through audits and investigations, as well as providing training and...

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