Join Us at the American Telemedicine Association Annual Conference

12 April 2022 Health Care Law Today Blog
Author(s): Nathaniel M. Lacktman

May 1-3, 2022
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Boston, MA

With only a few weeks until ATA2022 – the American Telemedicine Association’s 26th Annual Conference & Expo – our team looks forward to seeing people from across the telemedicine industry for conversations and insights about the future of digital health (and plenty of smiles and fun surprises in the process).

This year’s conference will explore the theme, “Now What? Creating an Opportunity in a Time of Uncertainty,” examining the virtual health landscape and what will be necessary to establish telehealth as a permanent, valid, and necessary component of everyday care delivery. Join us and other digital health leaders at this multi-day event to build upon lessons learned and identify the challenges and opportunities to improve patient and provider experiences, and clinical outcomes, in these uncertain times.

To learn more and register for this event, visit the ATA2022 Annual Conference & Expo website.  You can get a 15% discount on registration fees by emailing Nancy DeMello at ndemello@foley.com.

The Business of Telehealth: Legal Issues Around Telehealth

In this half-day, deep-dive program, Foley attorneys Nathaniel Lacktman, Alexandra Shalom, Kyle Faget, Thomas (T.J.) Ferrante, and Aaron Maguregui will explore top regulatory issues new digital and telehealth companies need to navigate to avoid pitfalls. Topics will include:

  • Driving user engagement while managing privacy and risk considerations
  • Transitioning from a direct to consumer model to an insurance based model
  • Understanding HIPAA compliance, compliance program requirements, fraud and abuse basics, and preparing for transition
  • FDA regulations around digital devices
  • Labor and employment law considerations for multistate companies
  • Remote patient monitoring contracting and legal issues, emerging models, and potential for new codes

This Isn’t 2019’s Telehealth: Building the Next Generation of Virtual Care

This session, focused on telemedicine startups and high-growth companies will discuss how the health care industry is at a crossroads, with telehealth rates waxing and waning over the last several months prompting questions over whether telehealth is still a smart investment. Telemedicine reporter Eric Wicklund of Health Leaders Media will moderate the session.  Panelists are Dr. Pooja Aysola, Head of Clinical Operations at Wheel, Inc., Rachel Stillman, Vice President at 7wire Ventures, and Nathaniel Lacktman, Partner at Foley.

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