William brings to MyHealth a diverse background in policy, health innovation, and public health outreach. He has worked on an assorted portfolio of health policy topics for private and non-profit companies on issues ranging from local and state level efforts to federal and international endeavors. Most recently he provided analysis to aid Connecticut State Legislators in their latest work to address opioid addiction in the state.
He first became interested in health privacy and security policy during his MPH in Health Policy at Yale School of Public Health. During this time, William gained experience in health privacy and security through his work in Data Operations at the Office of the Inspector General of Health and Human Services, as well as through his Fellowships with InnovateHealth Yale and the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School. William looks forward to using his background to ensure MyHealth remains agile in the ever-changing policy realm of health IT.
When not engrossed in HIPAA, William loves to listen to podcasts and travel, and has visited 45 of the U.S. States.