I did it.
On December 7th, I graduated from law school with a concentration in health law. Last week, I took the Florida Bar Exam. Life has been pretty hectic since I last blogged, but I am excited to get back into it.
In June, I was awarded a scholarship to Seton Hall School of Law’s Healthcare Compliance Certification Program. It was a fantastic week in New Jersey, really fine tuning my knowledge of federal compliance regulations. I was also alarmed at how these laws can negatively impact the rare disease community. Expect more on this topic soon.
In December, I met with Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie. We had a chance to chat about the OPEN Act, President Trump’s support of the rare disease community and how we can continue to push for more reforms to benefit the 1 in 10 Americans with a rare disease.
It’s been a busy few months, and now I am back to work, focusing on reforming healthcare regulations and proposing legislation to assist patients and industry meet the end goal of getting treatments to market.