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Title: Healthcare Law for Digital Health, Telemedicine, and Health IT Companies

Date: May 3, 2018

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Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Duration: 1 hour

Health Law Hot Topics Webinar Series
Session One: Healthcare Law for Digital Health, Telemedicine, and Health IT Companies

Digital Health, telemedicine, and health IT companies may be subject to a number of federal and state laws regulating the provision of and reimbursement for healthcare services.  This webinar will review the key healthcare legal issues affecting such businesses, including : limitations on the corporate practice of medicine, fee-splitting prohibitions, limitations on the assignment of Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, licensure requirements, limitations on the scope of practice for various licensed professionals, limitations on prescribing via telemedicine, insurance coverage for telemedicine services, fraud and abuse laws, and interoperability requirements for electronic health records.

This program is currently pending approval of CEU from The Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® . Registration requires a complete Name, Title, Organization, and a valid business Email Address.

Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. is pleased to partner with Above the Law for CLE accreditation.*  Upon the conclusion of each webinar an informal certificate of completion will be issued by Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Attendees will also receive an official certificate via email from Above the Law's third party CLE provider, Marino Law. 

*CLE available for NY, NJ and CA. A Uniform Certificate of Attendance for CLE credit will be issued for all other states.
CLE credits are only offered for live attendance and are complimentary.

Presenter: Roger Cohen

Roger Cohen is a partner in Goodwin’s nationally recognized Technology and Life Sciences Practice. Cohen specializes in representing health care, life sciences and health care IT clients, and investors in such companies, in a wide array of regulatory matters and health care transactions.

Guest: Allyson Maur

Allyson Maur represents hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, physician practices, biotechnology companies, medical device and medical mobile app manufacturers, healthcare information technology companies, nonprofits and financial institutions. Maur’s practice focuses on assisting these clients with state and federal privacy issues, drafting and negotiating agreements, performing regulatory due diligence and analysis related to compliance with the Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark law and HIPAA, and drafting terms of use and privacy policies, both patient facing and internal.