Webinar Recording - Telehealth Trends: Risks, Rewards and Reimbursement

November 18, 2019

Author(s): Sarah E. Swank, Harsh P. Parikh, Alexandra Busto, Jill H. Gordon

Originally recorded November 14, 2019

Digital health technologies create efficiencies, increase engagement, and allow patients to be active participants in managing their health. The adoption of remote communication technology is on the rise. Many expect the global telehealth market to reach revenues of over $130 billion by 2025. Health care providers and digital health companies need to understand the opportunities and pitfalls when structuring and negotiating telehealth deals, including buying, selling, and investing in various modalities of remote communication.

In this webinar, recorded earlier, lListen to our panel of experienced Nixon Peabody attorneys as they discuss:

  • Market trends in telehealth, including live video, store-and-forward, remote patient monitoring, direct to consumer, and wearable devices technologies
  • Practical operational, legal, and business issues for consideration in structuring and operationalizing telehealth modalities
  • The current reimbursement landscape, including recent expansions in telehealth reimbursement by Medicare Advantage and Medicaid payors
  • Tips from “the trenches”: how to navigate operational and legal risks and concerns in the implementation of innovative technologies and structuring digital deals, including fraud and abuse laws, payor relations, safety nets processes, medical licensure credentialing and patient safety issues


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