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TriciaLu

Law Clerk

Overview

Biography

Tricia’s background in health care administration gives her a unique perspective on the issues health care clients face every day. She assists health care and human services providers in a wide range of regulatory and compliance matters, including audits and investigations, self-disclosures, Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement issues, not-for-profit corporate governance, contract analysis and negotiation, and transactional matters.

Tricia also assists clients with health information privacy and security compliance, including drafting privacy and security terms in health care IT contracts and providing guidance regarding cyber risk liabilities and compliance with data privacy laws, such as HIPAA.

Bar Associations

  • Asian American Bar Association of New York

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Barclay Damon’s Women’s Forum
  • Healthcare Leaders of New York
  • American College of Healthcare Executives
  • American Health Law Association
Experience

Prior Experience

  • Hospital for Special Surgery, Chief Administrator
  • Endoscopy Center of New York, Director of Operations
  • Weill Cornell Medicine, Division of Liver Transplant and Hepatobiliary Surgery, Practice Administrator

Selected Honors

  • Wellesley College Albright Institute, Madeleine Albright Fellow for Global Affairs, 2013
Knowledge

Selected Media

  • LexisNexis, Corporate Compliance Practice Guide: The Next Generation, "Board of Director's Oversight of Compliance: The Compliance Committee Option," Chapter Co-Author

Featured Media

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NYS Department of Health Publishes Amended Proposed Cybersecurity Regulations for Hospitals

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FTC Noncompete Rule Survives—For Now

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New York Trial Court Finds Uber Is Not Vicariously Liable for Driver's Negligence

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ERISA Forfeiture Lawsuits: Navigating the Emerging Legal Landscape

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EU Leads the Way on Artificial Intelligence Regulation

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End of An Era: SCOTUS Overturns Chevron After 40 Years of Deference to Administrative Agencies

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