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She represents health care providers in regulatory compliance issues, including compliance with HIPAA and HITECH, the Stark Law, and federal and state anti-kickback statutes. Jill also frequently speaks and writes on these topics.
Jill's practice focuses on representing heath care providers in a wide range of organizational, governance, and regulatory issues. Her regulatory experience includes assisting clients with the following:
Jill’s clients include hospitals, physician groups, patient safety organizations and health care systems.
Co-Author, HIPAA/HITECH Resource Guide, a publication of the American Health Lawyers Association, March 2014.
Co-Presenter, "Preparing for a Meaningful Use Audit," American Health Lawyers Association Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute, February 5, 2014.
Speaker, “Privacy in Practice Webinar: Are You Ready for HIPAA Enforcement?”, September 23, 2013.
Speaker, “HIPAA, HITECH and the Privacy and Security Implications of the EHR Incentive Programs,” American Conference Institute’s 3rd Annual Health Care Privacy and Security Forum, May 22-23, 2013.
Author, “Common Challenges to EHR Donations,” HIT News, March 2013.
Co-Presenter, “Legal Quick Hit: The Expansion of HIPAA”, The Association of Corporate Counsel Compliance and Ethics Committee, February 19, 2013.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Privacy and Data Protection
Summer Associate, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC, Atlanta, GA, 2001 and 2002;
Summer Associate, Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, Atlanta, GA, 2002;
Student Assistant Librarian, Curriculum Materials Center, University of Georgia, 1997-2000;
File/Copy Clerk, Scott, Quarterman, and Wells, Athens, GA, 1997.
Bank Teller, The Claxton Bank, Claxton, GA, 1995-1996.