Our attorneys continue to be at the forefront when it comes to advising health care providers on telehealth licensing, regulatory and reimbursement requirements. We help clients navigate a broad range of issues unique to telehealth, from obtaining USFDA approval for medical devices to handling the IP aspects of cutting-edge monitoring, diagnostics, nuclear and medical imaging systems.
Our team also provides experienced guidance on the privacy and security implications of various telehealth platforms, including social media and internet applications that serve as an interface and repository for protected medical records. Finally, while we offer project-based solutions where needed, our approach emphasizes strategies that can be readily adopted as our clients’ telehealth practices grow and new regulations take effect.
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