Alaap B. Shah, Member of the Firm in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Washington, DC, office, was a featured guest in AHLA's Speaking of Health Law podcast, in “Health Care Data Governance: How to Build a Culture of Compliance.”

Following is an excerpt:

Hal Porter, Director of Consulting Services, Health IT and Digital Health, Clearwater, speaks with Nia M. Jenkins, Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Head of Commercial Legal, Surescripts LLC, and Alaap B. Shah, Partner, Epstein Becker & Green PC, about how health care organizations can build a culture of compliance around data governance. They discuss some of the latest trends and developments in health care data privacy, best practices for creating a data governance program, and considerations for vendor management and artificial intelligence. Alaap and Nia spoke on an AHLA webinar last year related to this topic. From AHLA’s Health Information and Technology Practice Group. Sponsored by Clearwater.

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