Nathaniel M. Lacktman

Partner

    • 22 April 2019
    • Lacktman Comments on Confusion Over DEA’s Telemedicine Rulemaking

    • Partner Nate Lacktman was quoted in a Politico article, “HHS extends interoperability comment window,” about lingering confusion over an expected Drug Enforcement Administration rule that is supposed to clarify when doctors can register to prescribe controlled substances via telemedicine.
    • 22 April 2019
    • Lacktman Quoted on Arizona’s New Telemedicine Law

    • Partner Nate Lacktman was quoted in an mHealth Intelligence article, “Arizona’s New Telemedicine Law Expands Coverage, Adds Platforms,” about a new Arizona law that improves payer coverage for telehealth and adds store-and-forward and remote patient monitoring platforms to the list of approved services.
    • 16 April 2019
    • Lacktman Comments on Medicare Coverage of Telehealth

    • Partner Nate Lacktman was quoted in an mHealth Intelligence article, "CMS at ATA: Medicare Coverage of Telehealth Will Take Some Time," about indications that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is moving toward Medicare coverage of telehealth.
    • 04 April 2019
    • Lacktman Comments on New CPT Code for Remote Patient Monitoring

    • Partner Nate Lacktman was quoted in an mHealth Intelligence article, “CMS Tweaks CPT Code for Remote Monitoring, Giving mHealth a Boost,” about a new CPT code for remote patient monitoring that gives providers more leeway to use telehealth for chronic care management and coordination.
    • 02 April 2019
    • Lacktman Quoted on New Mexico Legislation to Expand Telemedicine, Telehealth Coverage

    • Partner Nate Lacktman was quoted in an article in mHealth Intelligence, “New Mexico OKs New Telemedicine Rules, Including Coverage Parity,” about a bill awaiting the governor’s signature that would expand telemedicine and telehealth coverage to include remote patient monitoring and store-and-forward services, as well as set coverage and payment guidelines.
    • 11 March 2019
    • Lacktman Comments on Significance of New HCPCS Codes

    • Partner Nate Lacktman was quoted in an article in Medical Economics, “Get paid for using the patient portal,” about the development of two new HCPCS codes that will allow physicians to receive Medicare reimbursements for some types of virtual check-ins and asynchronous remote evaluations.
    • 05 March 2019
    • Foley Attorneys Quoted on New Medicaid Telehealth Standards in Massachusetts

    • Partner Nate Lacktman, Special Counsel Kyle Faget and Associate Alexandra Shalom were quoted in an mHealth Intelligence article, “New Medicaid Telehealth Standards in Massachusetts Draw Criticism,” about new rules designed to allow Medicaid recipients to access mental health services through telehealth that may prove to be more cumbersome than helpful.
    • 12 February 2019
    • Lacktman Comments on New Mexico Telehealth Coverage Legislation

    • Partner Nathaniel Lacktman, Chair of Foley’s national Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team, was quoted in the mHealth Intelligence article, “New Telehealth Bills Address Coverage, Store and Forward, RPM,” about the new legislation introduced by New Mexico’s legislature (SB 354).
    • 12 February 2019
    • Lacktman Comments on Pending Telehealth Legislation in Virginia

    • Partner Nate Lacktman, chair of Foley’s national Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team, was quoted in an mHealth Intelligence article, “New Telehealth Bills Address Coverage, Store-and-Forward, RPM,” about pending amendments to Virginia’s current telehealth laws.