May 1-3, 2022
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
Foley & Lardner LLP is excited to announce that numerous lawyers will be speaking at the American Telemedicine Association ATA2022 Annual Conference & Expo, the world’s largest telehealth innovation event. The conference brings together providers, technology developers, business professionals, and leaders from across the health care sector to have in-depth, thoughtful, and critical discussions about the future of health.
In a deep-dive session titled, “The Business of Telehealth: Legal Issues Around Telehealth,” at 9:00 a.m. ET on May 1, 2022, Partners Nathaniel Lacktman, Alexis Finkelberg Bortniker, 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:
Lacktman will also be a panelist at the session titled, “This Isn’t 2019’s Telehealth: Building the Next Generation of Virtual Care,” at 2:40 p.m. ET on May 2, 2022.
He will be joined by health tech investor Kristin Baker-Spohn, general partner at CRV, and Michelle Davey, CEO and co-founder of Wheel, a health care technology company powering virtual care. Together, they 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.
Skeptics have been quick to jump in and suggest that the demand for virtual care was driven by short-term fear of COVID-19 rather than a long-term change in behavior and preferences. But the pandemic has done more than drive adoption rates — it also pushed digital health advocates to acknowledge the gaps and start preparing for the future where virtual care is seen as a long-term solution to modernizing our health care system rather than a temporary fix.
Bringing together an entrepreneurial mindset and industry know-how, Lacktman and his co-presenters will provide insights on what every company needs to know about building for the next generation of virtual care. Topics will include:
These sessions are just two of many thoughtful presentations at this year’s ATA conference, which will explore the theme, “Now What? Creating an Opportunity in a Time of Uncertainty,” and examine the virtual health landscape and what will be necessary to establish telehealth as a permanent, valid, and necessary component of everyday care delivery. Join these Foley lawyers 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.