Are you interested in learning about how technology can be used to improve health outcomes and the delivery of care?
Would you like to develop a helpful understanding of recent legal developments in health IT?
Then join the South Asian Bar Association for a webinar on "Emerging issues in health information technology."
On April 17th, from 12:30 - 2:00 pm Eastern, a panel of lawyers and clinicians will discuss hot topics such as the expansion of telemedicine, use of health IT for population health management, patient access to health records and interoperability. This webinar will offer something for everyone, whether you are experienced in health IT or simply interested in learning more.
If in the DC area, SABA-DC will hold a lunch with the webinar for those in the DC area beginning at noon. Lunch will be held at the law offices of Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville at 1501 M Street NW. Please RSVP for the lunch.
Purvi B. Maniar
Senior Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
Dr. Anand Shah
Chief Medical Officer & EVP, Pieces Technology
Anand previously served as the Executive Director of the Dallas Information Exchange Portal and Chief Operating Officer of the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation was recently featured in Politico magazine). He continues to serve as an emergency physician at Parkland Health and Hospital System, Dallas County's primary safety net health system.
Corporate Counsel, Epic
Alya previously served as Legal Counsel & Privacy Director at Cal INDEX, California's statewide health information exchange, which is now known as Manifest MedEx. Prior to that, she was Associate Counsel and Compliance Officer at Advantia Health, a clinically integrated provider network focused on women's health. Alya focuses her career around counseling throughout the product development cycle, health information technology licensing, and providing business-focused privacy and security compliance counseling.
Associate, Crowell & Moring
Maya provides strategic, legal, and regulatory advice to a range of organizations at the forefront of health innovation, including providers, plans, large tech companies, startups, and venture capital. Maya joined the White House in 2015, in the Office of Science and Technology Policy, launching President Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative and serving as a policy advisor to the US Chief Technology Officer, where she helped to shape national policies around health data interoperability and led public-private collaborations to facilitate better access to health data for medical research.