Kashish Chopra, JD, MBA, CHC, CHPC
5911 Kingstowne Village Parkway
Alexandria, VA 22315
Kashish Chopra, JD, MBA is a Certified Healthcare Compliance (CHC) professional, focusing her practice in the development, implementation, and evaluation of compliance programs across the health care industry. Ms. Chopra has served as an interim and outsourced compliance officer and routinely provides advisory services to clients regarding compliance, regulatory, and legal issues. Her advisory services address compliance program guidance by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG), the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, Medicaid, Federal Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), Stark Law, AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals (AdvaMed Code), corporate governance and other compliance topics. Ms. Chopra frequently works on-site with clients to implement, evaluate, and enhance their compliance programs. She also assists with the firm’s Independent Review Organization (IRO) services to help clients fulfill their obligations under Corporate Integrity Agreements.
Additionally, Ms. Chopra is an experienced professional compliance investigator. She conducts independent compliance investigations for clients at the request of boards of directors, counsel, and compliance management. Ms. Chopra also provides education and training on conducting effective internal investigations.
Ms. Chopra advises clients on compliance program integration related to corporate restructuring and M&A. She provides direction regarding the operation and alignment of multiple compliance programs under complex organizational structures.
Ms. Chopra is a New Jersey licensed attorney.
Previous Work Experience
Prior to joining Strategic Management, Ms. Chopra worked in-house with the legal and compliance team for a global medical device manufacturer. In addition, Ms. Chopra has experience with Public Health Law Research, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program, and is a trained mediator having mediated custody matters in Philadelphia Family Court. Ms. Chopra is also acknowledged for her research contributions to The Oxford Guide to Treaties (2012). Ms. Chopra has over a decade of experience as a speaker and presenter on intercultural identity and minority marginalization issues, having led talks at institutions such as Harvard, Yale, and University of Michigan, among others. Additionally, Ms. Chopra sits on the Board of Executives of the South Asian Bar Association of Washington, DC.