In our fifth episode, Shannon Yavorsky sits down with Kezia Cook-Robinson, Head of Compliance and Privacy Officer at Uber Health. Kezia is a healthcare industry veteran with almost 20 years of experience including serving 10 years at the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), an agency within the United States (U.S.) Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which oversees HIPAA compliance and enforcement, as a Supervisory Equal Opportunity Specialist (SEOS) and HIPAA Team Lead. Together, they discuss the issues around the portability of individual data, individual data rights, HHS rules around interoperability and data integrity and the open flows of data.
Kezia serves as Head of Compliance and Privacy Officer for Uber Health. She has almost 20 years of healthcare industry experience, which include managing compliance and privacy programs at Centene Corporation; serving 10 years at the OCR), an agency within HHS and most recently before joining Uber, providing thought leadership to major healthcare and life sciences clients as a consultant at Ernst and Young (EY). Kezia is licensed to practice law in Arkansas and Georgia and is registered in-house counsel for the State of California. She is certified in healthcare compliance and healthcare privacy compliance from HCCA and in U.S. privacy law and regulations from IAPP.