Ishra Solieman's mixed practice of health care regulatory compliance and litigation gives her a well-rounded perspective on a variety of health care legal issues. She is a trusted advisor to health care providers and organizations on an array of regulatory compliance issues. Ishra skillfully manages provider self-audits by walking clients through self-disclosure processes associated with potential fraud and abuse claims, advises clients on compliance with state licensing provisions, develops and implements comprehensive HIPAA policies and procedures, and assists clients in the management of regulatory issues that inevitably arise in a health care organization’s day-to-day operations. Ishra’s previous experience with health care litigation informs how she strategizes with provider clients on potential disputes in keeping with client goals. She also regularly advises senior living communities on licensure matters, responses to survey results, and contracting with vendors to satisfy fraud and abuse and other applicable federal and state laws and regulations.
Ishra works collaboratively with pro bono clients to meet their needs, including helping one client develop a comprehensive agreement related to the provision of clinical trial services to community hospitals and oncologists. Prior to joining the firm, Ishra served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable A. Craig Blakely in the Arizona Superior Court’s Juvenile Division. She also served as an intern for the Pima County Attorney’s Office Civil Division and for the Tucson Family Advocacy Program.
Ishra is fluent in Arabic.
Counsel to a physician practice to manage HIPAA, clinical trials and biometrics issues associated with expanded cutting-edge medical services-related practice.
Assist physician practice to clarify and reduce liability for billing practices errors identified by hospital consultants.
The Telehealth “New Normal”— Employment & Compliance ConsiderationsCo-author, American Health Law Association Connections, November 1, 2020
Appeals Court Holds CMS Has Authority to Implement Rule That Lowered Medicare Payments to Off-Campus ClinicsBrownstein Client Alert, July 24, 2020
Provider Beware: Potential Pitfalls of Fraud in Government Telehealth ProgramsCo-author, American Bar Association Health eSource, May 15, 2020
What Employers Need to Know about HIPAA Compliance during the Coronavirus Outbreak
Brownstein Client Alert, March 12, 2020
Court Vacates Rule That Lowered Medicare Payments to Off-Campus ClinicsBrownstein Client Alert, September 24, 2019
Health Plans Petition the Supreme Court to Determine Whether FEHBA Preempts State Anti-Subrogation StatutesBrownstein Client Alert, September 26, 2014
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Health Care Litigation Team Successfully Defends ERISA Plan’s Subrogation Interest in the Ninth Circuit and Is Awarded FeesBrownstein Client Alert, February 7, 2014
CMS Announces Proposed Rule Implementing the ACA's MLR Requirements for MA and Prescription Drug PlansAmerican Health Lawyers Association, Practice Group Email Alert, February 21, 2013
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Releases Final Rule Expanding HIPAABrownstein Client Alert, January 28, 2013
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