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Leslie Rojas, JD
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Leslie A. Rojas, Esq., is an attorney who focuses her practice on healthcare regulatory, transactional and corporate matters. Ms. Rojas devotes a substantial portion of her practice to HIPAA and state privacy and security law matters, healthcare fraud and abuse issues, healthcare joint ventures and business transactions, practitioner employment agreements, and Medicare enrollment, billing and reimbursement issues.

Ms. Rojas represents a variety of healthcare businesses and professionals, including physicians and other practitioners, group practices, laboratories, imaging centers, pharmacies, hospitals, home health agencies, assisted living facilities, and healthcare compliance consultants. Through collaboration with other attorneys and law firms, Ms. Rojas ensures that her healthcare clients receive full-service legal representation, including representation related to real estate law, tax law, intellection property law, litigation services, etc.

Ms. Rojas currently serves on the Governing Council for the Health Care Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan, and serves on the Health Care Law Section’s Medical Legal Subcommittee and Technology Subcommittee. She is also a committee member for the American Health Lawyer Association’s Physician Organization Practice Group. Additionally, Ms. Rojas has authored many articles for the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section.

In her spare time, Ms. Rojas serves as the President of the Paraguayan-American Association of Physicians, a non-profit charity that raises money for the medical school in Asuncion, Paraguay, as well as for other causes in Latin America. Ms. Rojas also serves as Vice-President of the Mental Illness Research Association, which raises money for mental illness related research grants and mental illness educational presentations in secondary schools throughout Michigan and Ohio.

 

Minimizing HIPAA Liability

Objectives:

  1. An understanding of basic HIPAA requirements and how to identify potential business risks associated with HIPAA
  2. How to minimize HIPAA liability, including an overview of the severe government fines
  3. Proper HIPAA breach response

Needs: 

  1. Legislative, regulatory, or organizational changes effecting patient care

References:

  1. https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/compliance-enforcement/index.html

Core Competencies: 4, 5

Disclosures: No relevant financial relationships to disclose.

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