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Our Team

Alexis Rose, JD

Associate Consultant

Alexis Rose
Corporate Headquarters
5911 Kingstowne Village Parkway
Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22315

Professional Experience

Ms. Rose is responsible for conducting research, analysis, and assessment of state and federal regulations related to the HIPAA and state patient privacy laws.  She works to meet client needs in determining their HIPAA covered entity or business associate status, and implementing HIPAA Privacy and Security programs. She also helps clients to take steps to comply with applicable health information privacy regulations. Ms. Rose drafts monthly regulatory reports that inform clients of regulatory updates and actions by CMS, OIG, OCR and other regulatory agencies.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to joining Strategic Management, Ms. Rose worked as a policy intern at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-Office for Civil Rights. As an intern at OCR, Ms. Rose worked on regulatory research regarding the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules for both internal agency members and outside stakeholders. She also was the primary drafter of several industry cyber security newsletters and many responses to citizen or stakeholder inquiries regarding HIPAA rules. Prior to interning at OCR, Ms. Rose also worked as a judicial intern for the U.S. Court of Federal Claims-Office of Special Masters, which adjudicates vaccine injury cases. She also interned at the D.C. Department of Health, where she drafted regulations, policies, and memorandums related to a wide variety of public health issues. At D.C. Department of Health, Ms. Rose also worked on administrative settlements regarding violations of D.C. health regulations. Prior to law school, Ms. Rose interned with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where among other opportunities, she worked with Special Agents on criminal documents fraud and health care fraud cases.