Please join us to hear how privacy policies and regulations have changed in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Julie Barnes, of Maverick Health Policy, will speak with eHI Vice President Alice Leiter about the many ways federal health agencies are navigating patient data privacy in light of the coronavirus crisis, including adjustments related to data sharing for public health purposes and the relaxation of telehealth enforcement.
Julie Barnes, JD
Founder & Principal
Julie Barnes is a health care policy expert and attorney with years of experience helping the private sector navigate federal government activities that impact health. Ms. Barnes is a strategic adviser to organizations that need guidance about federal health policies and how to develop relationships with policymakers and influential advocacy organizations. As a former policy analyst, health care litigator, and Capitol Hill staffer, Ms. Barnes informs business strategy and investments in a myriad of health care areas, including health information technology, data privacy and interoperability, value-based care, transparency, health insurance and new payment models, and federal health programs.
Alice Leiter, JD
Vice President & Senior Counsel
Alice is a health regulatory lawyer with a specialty in health information privacy law and policy. She previously worked as a Senior Associate at the law firm Hogan Lovells, where she worked with clients on Medicare and Medicaid pricing and reimbursement. Alice spent several years as policy counsel at two different non-profit organizations, the National Partnership for Women & Families and the Center for Democracy & Technology. She currently sits on the DC HIE Policy Board, as well as the boards of Beauvoir School, Educare DC, and DC Greens, the latter of which she chairs. She received her B.A. in human biology from Stanford University and her J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center. Alice and her husband, Michael, live in Washington, D.C. with their four children.