Clark Hill Attorney Gerald “Jud” E. DeLoss to Teach Health Data Class at Northwestern University Law School February 4, 2016
Chicago, IL – Clark Hill attorney Gerald “Jud” E. DeLoss will teach “Health Data: Classification and Compliance” to the Health Data class at Northwestern University Law School on February 4, 2016.
DeLoss is a Member in Clark Hill’s Chicago office in the Health Care Practice Group, Behavioral Health Care Practice Group, and Cybersecurity, Data Protection & Privacy Work Group. Jud represents a wide range of health care clients, including behavioral health care (substance use disorder and mental health) providers, health information technology (HIT) vendors, federally-qualified health centers (FQHC), hospitals, and research organizations. Jud also represents state and national health care trade and professional associations. He has extensive experience representing clients on compliance, privacy and data protection, reimbursement, fraud and abuse, and other health care regulatory and transactional matters.
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