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Brad is a partner in the Life Sciences Health Industry Group, practicing in the area of health care regulatory and transactional law. Brad leads Reed Smith's HIPAA practice, and regularly advises clients (including hospitals, medical practices, pharmacies, long term care facilities, and medical device companies) on all aspects of health information privacy and security compliance (HIPAA and state law). His experience also includes assisting hospitals on arrangements with physicians, such as joint ventures, physician recruitment, practice acquisitions, employment arrangements, and exclusive provider agreements, as well as compliance with federal and state laws governing referrals among health care providers, such as the the Stark Law and thej Anti-Kickback Statute.
Additionally, Brad advises clients in a variety of areas including the corporate practice of medicine, facility licensing and hospital/medical staff relationships, patient care and informed consent, and regulatory compliance in the operation of Medicare, Medicaid and other third-party reimbursement programs.
Brad was named a 2010 Lawyer on the Fast Track by the Pennsylvania Legal Intelligencer.
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Lawyers on the Fast Track||Legal Intelligencer||2010|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Health Lawyers Association||Member||N/A|
|American Bar Association, Health Law Section, eHealth, Privacy and Security Interest Group||Vice-Chair||N/A|
|Philadelphia Bar Association, Health Law Section||Co-chair||N/A|
|Reed Smith Life Sciences Legal Update||HIPAA Privacy and Security Changes in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act||2009|
|Reed Smith Life Sciences Legal Update||New HHS Regulations Impose Federal Security Breach Notification Requirements||2009|
|Reed Smith Life Sciences Legal Update||Significant Stark Law Changes Adopted in the 2009 IPPS Final Rule||2008|
|Physician's News Digest||Stark and reassignment rule changes proposed||2007|
|Duq. L. Rev||Experience-Related Information Should Fall Within The Purview of Pennsylvania's Doctrine of Informed consent||2002|
|Juris Magazine||Services for the Elderly Remain in Disarray||2001|
|Duquesne University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2002|
|Emory University||English||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1997|
|18th Annual Health Law Insitute||HIPAA After HITECH||2012|
|18th Annual Health Law Insitute||Introduction to HIPAA Privacy and Security||2012|
|Medical Records Law - Lorman Education Services||HIPAA Privacy and Security||2009|
|Medical Records Law - Lorman Education Services||HIPAA Privacy and Security||2008|
|2008 Pennsylvania Health Care Association/Center for Assisted Living Management Annual Convention||HIPAA Privacy and Security||2008|