Alaap Shah deftly guides clients through complex and ever-evolving privacy, cybersecurity, medical device, artificial intelligence (AI), interoperability, digital health, telehealth, fraud and a He helps clients build trust among stakeholders so that clients can robustly collect, share, analyze, and protect data and information technology assets. Alaap also can translate “IT speak” for legal, compliance, and business people.
Clients appreciate that Alaap takes a strategic and pragmatic approach to risk management that bridges the gap among legal, compliance, IT, and business teams so that they can succeed in developing and marketing innovative and cutting-edge solutions. In the area of data and interoperability, Alaap seeks ways to maximize data value. In the area of AI, Alaap navigates issues at the intersection of law, technology, and data in the health care and life sciences space.
Alaap’s clients include all types of health care, life sciences, data analytics, and technology companies at various stages of development. He also represents startup companies in the United States and abroad that are developing digital health applications, medical devices, telehealth solutions, AI, and data analytics platforms. In addition, he works with mid-size to large companies seeking to expand and mature legal, compliance and risk management functions to support expansion and growth.
Alaap is a certified CSF Practitioner, by the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST); a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS), by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS); and a Certified Information Privacy Professional in the United States, by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
During law school, Alaap worked with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of General Counsel, where he provided legal counsel and support to all agencies and programs under the Public Health Division of HHS. He began his legal career at Epstein Becker Green and later served as Senior Counsel and Chief Privacy and Security Officer at an oncology membership society, where he strengthened enterprise-wide privacy and security, helped launch a Big Data company focused on improving quality of care by harnessing real world cancer patient medical information, and built data sharing trust networks among the oncology community, before rejoining the firm in October 2017.buse, and other laws and regulations.
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