A complimentary three-part, on-demand webinar series geared toward educating health care organizations, providers, and technology developers about the various legal and regulatory considerations related to developing and implementing a telemedicine platform and business.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of health care providers are considering, developing, and launching telemedicine platforms and businesses as a way to efficiently, effectively, and safely provide care to patients. Recent regulatory efforts at both the federal and state level have helped ease the path to the provision of services via telehealth, but organizations still face various legal and regulatory considerations related to developing and implementing a telemedicine platform and business.

Epstein Becker Green has developed this series to help health care providers think through these critical considerations. Each webinar will outline the legal and regulatory basics and emphasize the importance of compliance. Panelists also discuss the realities of risk and enforcement that telemedicine providers need to consider.

Part 2: Platform / Software Development and
Data Privacy and Security

Topics include:

  • HIPAA Privacy Rule
  • HIPAA Security Rule
  • COVID-19 Enforcement Discretion

Click here for complimentary access to the webinar recording.

If you have questions, please contact the speakers or Kristen Vetula at KVetula@ebglaw.com.

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