Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team Publishes Article in Law360 on the Top Five Predictions for How Telehealth Law Will Evolve in 2021

21 January 2021 Law360 News

This article originally appeared on Law360, and is republished here with permission.

Partners Nathaniel Lacktman and Alexis Bortniker, senior counsel Thomas Ferrante, and special counsels Aaron Maguregui and Jennifer Hennessy published an article in Law360 titled, “Predictions for How Telehealth Law Will Evolve in 2021.” The byline outlines the teams top five predictions for how telehealth laws will evolve in 2021, including:

  1. Licensing: More Efforts to Increase Reciprocity and Reduce Barriers
  2. Modalities: Technology-Neutral State Laws That Prioritize Quality of Care
  3. Privacy: Greater Sensitivity to Patient-as-Consumer in Digital Health
  4. Enforcement: OIG and DOJ Will Build on Prior Investigations
  5. Payment: Continued Expansion of Telehealth Reimbursement

Read the full article here.

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