Alexis Rose is an attorney licensed in Washington, D.C. Ms. Rose works with clients to implement and assess HIPAA Privacy and Security programs, meet compliance program and Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) requirements, and conduct Independent Review Organizations (IRO) arrangement reviews.
Ms. Rose provides advisory services to organizations pertaining to compliance with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) compliance program guidance, long-term care facility compliance and ethics program requirements, HIPAA, and state privacy and breach notification laws and regulations. She has worked with clients following security incidents to ensure they meet HIPAA and state breach reporting requirements. Ms. Rose has also worked with organizations to develop and implement privacy programs and health care compliance programs.
Ms. Rose’s specialized experience includes: working with health technology companies and non-traditional providers to help them understand their responsibilities under HIPAA and state health information privacy laws; developing, implementing, and assessing the effectiveness of compliance programs for skilled nursing facilities, both large and small; and helping organizations to respond to information security incidents and fulfilling breach notification obligations.
Previous Work Experience
Prior to joining Strategic Management, Ms. Rose worked as a policy intern at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Prior to interning at OCR, Ms. Rose also worked as a judicial intern for the U.S. Court of Federal Claims-Office of Special Masters, which adjudicates vaccine injury cases. She also interned at the D.C. Department of Health, where she drafted regulations, policies, and memorandums related to a wide variety of public health issues. Prior to law school, Ms. Rose interned with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where among other opportunities, she worked with Special Agents on criminal documents fraud and health care fraud cases.