Joshua Freemire Quoted in “eClinicalWorks Settlement Hints at Broader Certification Infractions Throughout the EHR Industry”FierceHealthcare June 2, 2017
Joshua J. Freemire, a Member of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Baltimore office, was quoted in FierceHealthcare, in “eClinicalWorks Settlement Hints at Broader Certification Infractions Throughout the EHR Industry,” by Evan Sweeney.
Following is an excerpt:
Joshua Freemire, a healthcare and life sciences attorney with Epstein Becker Green in Baltimore, Maryland, says he’s not aware of any other investigations against EHR vendors, but added that he would be “very surprised if the government does not make an effort to return to a well that has been very fruitful.”
“The government has not been shy when it’s successful in going after company A for conduct it believes to be widespread, to investigate companies B, C, D, and F in the hopes of a similar settlement,” he says.