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 “Providers Unlikely to Face Legal Blowback Following eClinicalWorks Settlement,” by Evan Sweeney.
Following is an excerpt:
It was a question that struck Joshua Freemire, a healthcare and life sciences attorney with Epstein Becker Green in Baltimore, Maryland. Although federal prosecutors clearly pinned the allegations on the software vendor, theoretically, he said, nothing is stopping the prosecutors from going after providers since they received the actual EHR incentive payments from the federal government. …
“There are a lot of providers out there that used eClincalWorks to attest,” Freemire told FierceHealthcare.