HCLA 2014: Legal Advocate

Events | 1 Apr, 2014 |


Kristen Rosati

As an attorney dedicated to the healthcare industry, especially to healthcare privacy, health information exchange and clinical research, Rosati has written 12 books, 30 articles and made 200 presentations on healthcare topics. She also helped establish two nonprofits in Arizona that support health information exchange and health information technology.


Richard Mallery
Snell and Wilmer 

As the founding pro-bono chair and CEO of the International Genomics Consortium, Mallery was the driving force bringing the IGC and TGen) to Phoenix. In addition, he was the founding chair of the Molecular Profiling Institute, which was purchased in January 2008 by Caris Diagnostics of Dallas. He now serves on the board of Caris Diagnostics.

Martin L. Shultz
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

Shultz led the 100-member Steering Committee that in 2002 launched Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap, the state’s long-term strategy to advance its bioscience sector. Over 10 years, the Roadmap helped Arizona bioscience jobs increase by 45 percent and the number of bioscience establishments in Arizona rose 31 percent.

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