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By Amandeep S. Sidhu, McDermott Will & Emery and Marshall E. Jackson, Jr. on Aug 27, 2019
Posted In Telehealth
During the second quarter of 2019, DOJ continued its focus on enforcement activity in telemedicine. As reported in prior editions of the Quarterly Roundup, telemedicine is an expanding field, causing DOJ to pay particular attention to the industry. In April 2019, DOJ indicted the owner and operator of 1stCare MD and ProfitsCentric with one count...
Live Webinar: Developing and Procuring Digital Health AI Solutions: Advice for Developers, Purchasers and Vendors
By Bernadette M. Broccolo, Dale C. Van Demark, Jeremy Earl, Jennifer S. Geetter, Jiayan Chen, Michael W. Ryan, Paul W. Radensky, MD, Sarah T. Hogan, McDermott Will & Emery and Vernessa T. Pollard on Jun 8, 2018
Posted In Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Data Transfers/Safe Harbor/Privacy Shield, General Interest, Mobile Apps, Telehealth
Join McDermott next Wednesday for a live webinar on the unique considerations in developing and procuring AI solutions for digital health applications from the perspective of various stakeholders. We will discuss the legal issues and strategies surrounding: Research and data mapping essential to the development and validation of AI technologies Protecting and maintaining intellectual property...
By McDermott Will & Emery, Amanda Enyeart, Anisa Mohanty, Amy C. Pimentel, Bernadette M. Broccolo, Dale C. Van Demark, Jiayan Chen, Lisa Mazur, Marshall E. Jackson, Jr., Michael W. Ryan, Ryan S. Higgins, Scott Weinstein, Sarah T. Hogan and Vanessa K. Burrows on Mar 20, 2018
Posted In Big Data, Cloud, Consumer Protection, Data Privacy, General Interest, Telehealth
Designed to provide business leaders and their key advisors with the knowledge and insight they need to grow and sustain successful digital health initiatives, we are pleased to present The Law of Digital Health, a new book edited and authored by McDermott’s team of distinguished digital health lawyers, and published by AHLA. Visit www.mwe.com/lawofdigitalhealth to order this...
A Declaration without a Response: Senators Urge DEA to Enact Regulations on Opioid-Based Addiction Treatments Using Telemedicine
By McDermott Will & Emery and Lisa Mazur on Feb 16, 2018
Posted In General Interest, Mobile Apps, Telehealth
This past fall, after months of speculation, President Trump declared the opioid crisis sweeping the United States a national public health emergency. Upon the president’s declaration, Acting Health and Human Services Secretary Eric D. Hargan made a formal declaration under Section 319 of the Public Health Service Act, making available an exception to the Ryan...
Understanding the Implications of Federal Remote Prescribing Laws on Telemedicine’s Role in Behavioral Health Treatment
By McDermott Will & Emery and Lisa Mazur on Feb 14, 2018
Posted In General Interest, Mobile Apps, Telehealth
The opioid epidemic is making the United States acutely aware of the horrors of substance abuse disorders and the limited means of treating the individuals suffering from addiction. Rural America is among the places hit hardest by opioid addiction while also having limited access to mental and behavioral health providers. Telemedicine offers a viable solution...
By McDermott Will & Emery, Bernadette M. Broccolo, Dale C. Van Demark, Jennifer S. Geetter, Jiayan Chen, Lisa Mazur, Michael W. Ryan, Scott Weinstein, Sarah T. Hogan and Vernessa T. Pollard on Jan 12, 2018
Posted In Advertising & Marketing, Big Data, Cloud, Consumer Protection, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Data Transfers/Safe Harbor/Privacy Shield, Mobile Apps, Telehealth
Throughout 2017, the health care and life sciences industries experienced a widespread proliferation of digital health innovation that presents challenges to traditional notions of health care delivery and payment as well as product research, development and commercialization for both long-standing and new stakeholders. At the same time, lawmakers and regulators made meaningful progress toward modernizing...
A Net-Neutral Decision for Health Care? What Providers Can Expect in the Wake of Net Neutrality Repeal
By McDermott Will & Emery and Lisa Mazur on Dec 26, 2017
Posted In Big Data, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Telehealth
As the Federal Communications Commission repeals the Open Internet Order—more commonly known as the net-neutrality rules—health care consumers and providers have been left wondering how this change will affect their ability to receive and deliver health care using digital health tools. In this On the Subject, we outline how changes in internet access will affect...
By McDermott Will & Emery and Lisa Mazur on Dec 7, 2017
Posted In Big Data, Mobile Apps, Telehealth
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) reiterated its commitments to expanding access to telehealth services and paying “appropriately” for services that maximize technology in the Medicare Program; Revisions to Payment Policies under the Physician Fee Schedule and Other Revisions to Part B for CY 2018; Medicare Shared Savings Program Requirements; and Medicare Diabetes...
Declaration of Public Health Emergency Changes Remote Prescribing Requirements but Creates Many Questions Waiting to Be Answered
By McDermott Will & Emery, Lisa Mazur and Marshall E. Jackson, Jr. on Oct 26, 2017
Posted In General Interest, Telehealth
President Trump declared the opioid addiction epidemic a public health emergency yesterday. The White House made it clear that this declaration would allow officials to remove barriers to the prescribing of controlled substances via telemedicine, which would permit DEA registered providers to prescribe anti-addiction medications, such as Naloxone, to patients in need without first performing...
Upcoming FTC Workshop on Informational Harm | Next Brushstrokes on the FTC’s Consumer Privacy and Security Enforcement Canvas
By Bernadette M. Broccolo and McDermott Will & Emery on Oct 25, 2017
Posted In Consumer Protection, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Telehealth
On September 29, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) formally announced a December 12th workshop on informational injury—the injury a consumer suffers when information about them is misused. The workshop will address questions such as, how to characterize and measure such injury and what factors businesses and consumers should consider the benefits and risks of collecting,...