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The American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) announced on April 18 that Raleigh partner Trish Markus has been elected to its nominating committee for the upcoming year, starting on July 1. The committee identifies qualified individuals to serve as AHLA directors, officers, and members of subsequent nominating committees. On that same date, Markus also will enter her fifth year of service on AHLA's board of directors.
"Welcome to our newest class of leaders,” said AHLA President Marilyn Lamar. "It is the strength of our volunteers, at every level, that enables the AHLA to meet our members’ needs by delivering exceptional health law information, essential tools and support for professional development.”
AHLA is the country's largest nonpartisan educational organization devoted to legal issues in the healthcare field, according to its website. The organization has close to 14,000 members and aims to promote excellence in the practice of health law through education, information, and dialogue.
Markus serves clients in the healthcare and technology industry, representing providers and related organizations across the nation. With a special focus on issues surrounding health information privacy, security, and technology, Markus has deep experience with healthcare regulatory compliance, reimbursement, licensure, and operational matters. She has been recognized by such publications as Chambers USA and the Best Lawyers in America for her excellence in healthcare law practice.
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