Digital health technologies are creating opportunities for new players to “disrupt” the industry, identify new methods to create efficiencies, engage stakeholders and provide new opportunities for patients to actively participate in their health management. With these novel innovations and opportunities come myriad risks and legal concerns that health care providers and digital health vendors must understand and address.
Identifying and unraveling barriers is one of the things we do best. We apply our deep industry and regulatory knowledge, acting as translators between the digital health innovator or health care provider and regulators, ensuring that our clients’ new technologies can be integrated into mainstream health care delivery while protecting patient well-being and privacy.
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CNBC | November 19, 2017
Los Angeles health care partner Jill Gordon, who this article identifies as a “top lawyer” in the digital health space, provides in-depth commentary regarding the three common practices she’s seen among health technology startups that may violate medical regulations and what companies should be aware of to avoid costly penalties.
TechCrunch | September 22, 2017
Los Angles IP counseling and transactions associate Erik Birkeneder authored this column about the future and benefits of health care mobile applications.
Modern Healthcare | July 31, 2017
Chicago health care partner Valerie Montague provides third-party commentary in this article about the potential for Alexa and other voice assistants to be used as a health care tool. Valerie speaks to what needs to happen for these devices to become compliant under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Family Practice News | July 17, 2017
Chicago health care associate April Schweitzer is quoted in this article about the challenges for establishing clinically integrated networks and how hospitals and physicians can overcome them.
MedCity News | June 15, 2017
Los Angeles IP counseling and transactions associate Erik Birkeneder and health care associate Daniel Eliav co-authored this article about legal issues digital health companies should consider.
Product Liability Law & Strategy | May 01, 2016
This second installment of a two-part column authored by New York City partners Chris Mason and Kristin Jamberdino discusses litigation centered upon fitness trackers and other personal monitoring devices.
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