Health Care Legislation Pending in the 118th Congress and How Companies Can Better Influence What Happens Next

Lynn Shapiro Snyder, Amy Lerman, and Philo Hall, Members of the Firm, and Rachel Snyder Good, Strategic Council, present “Is there a Path Forward for a Comprehensive Federal Health Telemedicine Law This Congress?” at the Telehealth Academy III, a full-day Nashville Health Care Council Sessions Associated Event.

An insightful panel discussion on telehealth and virtual care policies, regulations, and legislative forecasts in a post-pandemic landscape. Get firsthand from experience legal and policy advisors closely monitoring the legislative and policy process, as they share their perspectives on shaping the future of virtual care. Explore the evolving regulatory landscape and discover the potential implications for healthcare operators, innovators, and investors. Gain valuable knowledge on navigating policy changes and uncover strategies to harness the full potential of telehealth and virtual care in the evolving healthcare ecosystem.

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If you have any questions, please reach out to Jack O'Connell.

Event Detail

10:35 am - 11:15 am CT

The Bell Tower 400 4th Ave S Nashville, Tennessee

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