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Beth L. Rubin, Esq.

Ms. Rubin is Chief Counsel – Healthcare for PNC Healthcare in the legal department at PNC Bank, National Association. She provides legal support for PNC Bank’s extensive line of health care-related services and products. Throughout her career, Ms. Rubin has focused on a broad spectrum of health law and benefits issues, including privacy and confidentiality, fraud and abuse, research, licensure and certification, e-commerce, health plan, pharmaceutical issues, and other regulatory and commercial matters.
Before joining the legal department at PNC Bank, Ms. Rubin was counsel in the Health Law and Employee Benefits Practice Groups at Dechert LLP, representing health care providers, health plans, pharmaceutical companies, employers, and private equity firms on a broad spectrum of health care regulatory and transactional matters, including privacy and security (HIPAA and state law), health care reform, fraud and abuse, health and welfare plan issues. Before joining Dechert, she was chief counsel for health delivery at Aetna, representing health delivery clients on a variety of issues, including privacy and confidentiality, coverage of new technology and medical services, provider contracts, risk management, quality management, IRB issues, disease management, member health education, and provider sanctions. Before joining Aetna, she was counsel at Hogan & Hartson in Washington, DC (now Hogan Lovells).
Ms. Rubin is a graduate of Brown University (A.B., magna cum laude), where she concentrated in biomedical ethics and was elected Phi Beta Kappa. She received her law degree from Columbia Law School (J.D., Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar), where she was associate editor of the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. Following law school, she clerked for the Honorable John M. Ferren, Associate Judge of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. Ms. Rubin has written and spoken extensively on HIPAA/HITECH and other issues.
Beth says: “I have been inspired by the clients I have worked with during the pro bono life planning legal clinics co-sponsored by SeniorLAW Center and Blank Rome. I also admire all the important work being done by the Center, and look forward to assisting in fulfilling its mission. I have assisted my mother with financial and legal issues, and therefore understand how important it is for the elderly to receive the advice and services they so desperately need. Moreover, my approximately fifteen years of service as a Trustee, Officer/Executive Committee member of Congregation Beth Or, a large Reform congregation in Maple Glen, Pennsylvania, has provided me with a robust understanding of non-profit operations, governance and strategic planning. I believe this experience will be very helpful as I assume the role of a member of the Board of Directors for SeniorLAW Center.”

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