Foley Senior Counsel Thomas (T.J.) Ferrante, member of the firm’s Telemedicine and Digital Health Industry Team, will present at the PATH Summit 2019 in Washington, D.C. on December 18-20, 2019. His panel presentation is titled, “New Public Policy Developments Affecting PATH Members." Public policy affecting the use of technology to deliver healthcare involves a wide array of national and international agencies. Areas such as payment for services, regulation of medical devices and telecommunications, medical licensure, requirements for delivery and diagnoses are but a few of the areas affected. The panel will provide and up to date information about these areas and the agencies and programs that are involved.
PATH is a membership-based, mission-driven alliance to ensure the integration of automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence (AI) into the many components that comprise global healthcare. PATH’s forward-thinking directives help to ensure that expertise critical for decision-making and funding makes its way into the many healthcare settings. PATH members range from professionals delivering care to health system executives in industry, public policy, academia, government, and educators – all of whom have a stake in the delivery of effective healthcare around the world in both on-site and remote care environments.