Jessa Boubker is a health care lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP and a member of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group. Jessa’s practice focuses on federal and state regulatory compliance, transactional, and business matters for health industry clients, including long-term care facilities, health systems, provider practice groups, academic research centers, and digital health companies. Jessa is a member of the American Telemedicine Association, serving on the ATA’s Decentralized Clinical Trials, Healthy Aging, and Digital Transformation special interest groups.
Prior to joining Foley, Jessa was the Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Law & Medicine, the country’s leading health law journal, where she was responsible for article submissions, selection, and editing, and oversaw the 2021 Annual Symposium: Legal Innovations in Response to Public Health Crises. She also developed and published a special issue of the journal: Diversity and Inclusion in the American Legal Profession: Discrimination and Bias Reported by Lawyers with Disabilities and Lawyers Who Identify as LGBTQ+.
During law school, Jessa also served as a judicial intern for Magistrate Judge Donald L. Cabell of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Jessa began her career as a summer associate at Foley, where she assisted on a broad range of regulatory and transactional matters.
AMERICAN TELEMEDICINE ASSOCIATION SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (SIG) MEMBER
Decentralized Clinical Trials SIG: Created to advance more patient-centered clinical trials and eliminate existing barriers to participating in research studies, including COVID-related limitations. Telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) will play an important role in enabling equal access to clinical trials.
Healthy Aging SIG: The purpose of this SIG is to engage our membership in collaborating and engaging together to bring policy guidance, innovative technology, and ideas, as well as informative data for lasting change to make an impact on daily life for our aging population.
Digital Transformation SIG: The mission of the Digital Transformation SIG is to engage members on topics of emerging care models, business processes, data management, institutional governance, continuity of care, care transformation, and population health management.
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