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SABA North America Sections: Health Law

Mission Statement

The Health Law Section strives  to promote and educate health law issues to SABA North America members. Through these activities, it also aims to recruit more health law attorneys to SABA North America.

The Health Law Section co-chairs for 2017-2018 are Shuchi Parikh and Dinesh Kumar.  We can be reached at
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wrote on the SABA North America Sections: Health Law wall: Save the date! Webinar on Emerging Issues in Health Information Technology On April 17 from 12:30-2 p.m., SABA's Health Law Section will host a webinar on the topic "Emerging Issues in Health Information Technology." A panel of attorneys and clinicians will discuss hot topics in health IT such as the use of health IT for population health management, behavioral telehealth, and associated legal/compliance issues. Panelists include: Purvi B. Maniar, Senior Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright Dr. Anand Shah, Chief Medical Officer & EVP, Pieces Technology Alya Sulaiman, Counsel, Epic Systems Corporation Maya Uppaluru, Associate, Crowell & Moring More details about the webinar, including how to attend, are coming soon! If you already know that you plan to attend, please RSVP at this link. In addition, SABA-DC will hold a lunch with the webinar for those in the DC area beginning at noon. Lunch will be held at the law offices of Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville at 1501 M Street NW. We hope you can attend if you are in DC!
Posted Friday, March 9, 2018
wrote on the SABA North America Sections: Health Law wall: SABA Health Law Section Participation on National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) In 2016, the Health Law Section joined the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) Health Committee as an organizational member. NCAPA is a coalition of national Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander organizations striving for equity and justice by organizing our diverse strengths to influence policy and shape public narratives. The NCAPA Health Committee meets regularly to discuss developments in health policy and issues of particular relevance to the Asian Pacific American community that member organizations may want to join in mobilizing efforts to address. For example, at the October 31, 2017 meeting Committee leadership noted that the funding for the REACH program (Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health), a national CDC-run initiative to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities through grants to organizations to local, culturally appropriate programs, has been cut to 0 (from ~$15 million) in the most recent budget passed by Congress. Through NCAPA, the Health Law section signed on to a letter this summer opposing the potential harm that the Graham-Cassidy health care bill would have caused to immigrant communities’ access to health care. While SABA is a non-partisan organization, through NCAPA and other initiatives the Health Law Section will aim to stay connected to the broader health policy community and seek out issues of relevance to the South Asian community that Section members may find important to address.
Posted Wednesday, February 7, 2018
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Posted Wednesday, February 7, 2018
wrote on the SABA North America Sections: Health Law wall: AHLA Day in April - On April 19, the American Health Lawyers Association will be hosting AHLA Day, an opportunity to learn more about the benefits of AHLA and to engage with other health care attorneys. AHLA will be holding receptions in Atlanta, Chicago, Nashville, and Washington DC. To find out more and to register for an event, please visit the AHLA Day Website. You do not need to be an AHLA member to attend, and new members will enjoy a $50 discount if they join at the event! SABA and SABA-DC's Health Law Sections will have a group attending the reception in Washington, DC. We would love for anyone who will be in the DC area on April 19 to join us. Please email you plan on attending.
Posted Wednesday, February 7, 2018
wrote on the SABA North America Sections: Health Law wall: Job Opportunity: In-House Leadership Position Please see information and contact details below on an opportunity in the Chicago area that was forwarded to the Health Law Section. If you hear of any job listings that may be of interest to Health Law Section members, please let us know by emailing I am reaching out to see if you might have a referral for an exciting in-house leadership position located in Chicago. BarkerGilmore is exclusively retained to identify a high level law department manager for one of the largest healthcare organizations in the world. We seek a leader who will manage a team of lawyers, paraprofessionals and support staff, and be responsible for driving and leading strategy related to large, complex, commercial healthcare contracts, including retail pharmacy, PBM and payer. Due to the rapid growth trajectory of this company, there is significant advancement potential and the ability to lead additional responsibilities. While compensation, equity, benefits and executive relocation are all exceptional, the biggest selling points for this opportunity are the collegial culture and supportive, hands-on leadership team. The leader I am seeking must have experience managing an in-house law department for another large healthcare organization; leadership experience is critical. If you know someone seeking a new opportunity with a growing, collaborative company, please contact Amy Feldman, Managing Director of Research at BakerGilmore LLC, at or 585-598-6559.
Posted Wednesday, February 7, 2018
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