September 14 Briefing: Bloomberg BNA and Baker Donelson Explore The State of Telehealth

Bloomberg BNA and Baker Donelson today announced that they are hosting a breakfast briefing, What’s Now & What’s Next in the Telehealth Industry: Utilize Technological Advances to Minimize Risk, on Thursday, September 14 from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m.

The free event will be held at the Washington, D.C. offices of Bloomberg Government and registration is available online here.

With the adoption of telehealth services continuing to rapidly increase, more healthcare providers and companies are involved in its implementation. This briefing will provide attorneys at healthcare organizations and telehealth companies insights into the evolving federal and state regulatory landscape and strategies to help ensure compliance and limit liability as they provision healthcare remotely.

We’re told that the event will feature a live simulation of a remote consultation, demonstrating the various ways telehealth equipment can be utilized.

Additionally, the official word confirms that panels will focus on the legal implications of implementing telehealth systems at companies and understanding the privacy and security issues associated with the electronic transfer and storage of protected health information. The briefing closes with a keynote discussion on the current legal and technological trends in telehealth, the implications these have for healthcare businesses, and the future of telehealth.


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