Bradley Merrill Thompson, a Member of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the Washington, DC, office, was quoted in several articles regarding his testimony on behalf of the mHealth Regulatory Coalition at House Energy and Commerce Hearing on March 19, 2013.

Below are links to all the articles:

mHealth Regulatory Coalition Website News Section— March 21, 2013— March 21, 2013

Brian Ahier Blog — March 21, 2013

AudioBoo FM— March 21, 2013— March 20, 2013

Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Daily Report— March 20, 2013— March 20, 2013— March 20, 2103

Advancing Safety in Medical Technology- March 20, 2013

DotMed— March 20, 2013— March 19, 2013

Government HealthIT— March 19, 2013

Clinical Innovation+Technology— March 19, 2013

Healthcare Payer News— March 19, 2013

Fierce Mobile Government — March 19, 2013

His Talk Mobile — March 19, 2013

Law360(subscription required) — March 19, 2013

Healthcare IT News — March 18, 2013— March 18, 2013

TLP Telecommunication Law Blog — March 12, 2013

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