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Kamensky Rubinstein Hochman & Delott LLP

7250 North Cicero Avenue Suite 200

Lincolnwood, Illinois 60712

United States

Company Description

We provide a broad range of legal services and deliver a prompt and professional work product. Attention to detail, precision drafting, creativity and aggressive client advocacy are what a client expects - and deserves - and that is what has attracted cli ... more

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Roetzel & Andress


Board Member
Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys

American Health Lawyers Association

Illinois State Bar Association

Chicago Bar Association

Advisory Board for Health Care
Wolters Kluwer nv


B.S. degree , magna cum laude



law degree

Health Law

DePaul University College of Law

law degree

Health Law

Health Law Institute at the DePaul University College of Law

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Ericka Adler

Ericka Adler
Partner Roetzel & Andress

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Ericka Adler
Partner | Kamensky Rubinstein Hochman & Delott, LLP
(847) 982-1776, ext. 6035

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To ensure you are ready if an auditor comes knocking, critically assess your policies and procedures and update them if necessary, says Ericka Adler, a health law attorney at Kamensky Rubinstein Hochman & Delott, LLP, based in Lincolnwood, Ill. "I think one of the most important things is that a lot of practices did what they were supposed to do [when the laws first came out] in terms of getting their policy together and getting their forms out there, and they haven't talked about HIPAA since," she says, noting that some of the laws have changed and practices need to alter their policies accordingly. In addition, practices must have an active program in terms of training staff on the privacy and security rules, tracking patient record requests, HIPAA violations, etc. "HIPAA needs to be a living breathing part of a practice and not a policy that sits on a shelf so the practice can say they have a policy," says Adler.

But one initial training session is not sufficient, says Adler. "I recommend to my clients that you make this an annual event because it just fades into the background unless [HIPAA compliance] is something that's repeated to employees all the time," she says.
"Discipline really gets people paying attention," says Adler, noting that practices must make it clear what consequences staff will face for HIPAA violations, such as leaving a file out in the exam room. "People need to know whether it's a warning in their files, or it's a reprimand, or it's termination because time after time they're not compliant," she says.
Stay updated regarding HIPAA by monitoring any relevant cases that arise and following any related news coverage, says Adler. And when relevant news comes out, share it with staff members to keep HIPAA at the forefront of their minds. "I ... like to see the kinds of things that are getting practices investigated to make sure those aren't things that we are doing in our practices," she says.

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Federal laws prohibit physicians from accepting gifts from anyone in a position to refer or generate business for them, or anyone with whom they have certain financial relationships, said health care attorney Ericka L. Adler. She is a partner with Kamensky Rubinstein Hochman & Delott LLP in Lincolnwood, Ill.

"When we talk about the average patient who wants to give something to a doctor, there are really not a lot of rules," Adler said.

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