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Webinar: The New Healthcare Model – Telemedicine, Health Tracking Apps, and Online Patient Privacy
July 28, 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 Hour MCLE. You must register in advance to participate.
In this one hour webinar, our speakers will discuss the new federal data-sharing requirements that will enable patients to use consumer apps to retrieve their medical information directly from their doctors. They will review the interaction of these new requirements with HIPAA and California data privacy laws such as the CCPA and CMIA. The presentation also will address patient privacy concerns related to telemedicine, electronic medical records, and health tracking apps.
Moderator: Thomas Hassing.
Speakers: Dayna Nicholson and Jared Gordon.
Mr. Gordon joined the Business Practice Group of McCormick Barstow LLP in 2014. Prior to private practice, he served as General Counsel to several online industry companies.Mr. Gordon routinely advises clients on high-value e-commerce services, online advertising, software licensing, and other vendor contracts.
Mr. Gordon concentrates his practice in Business, E-commerce Law, Privacy, Advertising Law, Employment Advice, Intellectual Property, and Real Estate.
He also advises clients in intellectual property clearance and registration, social media law, employment matters, acquisitions and sales, real estate and advice on related litigation.
Mr. Gordon is the Immediate Past Co-Chair of the Business Law Section Internet and Privacy Law Committee.
Dayna Nicholson delivers clear and accurate assessments of the healthcare legal landscape in the context of each client’s unique situation, supporting them as they innovate and improve patient care. Dayna collaborates with hospitals, medical staff, ancillary providers, medical groups, clinical labs, medical device retailers, and other players in the healthcare space to identify and implement solutions to common and complex legal hurdles.
Dayna’s practice focuses on operations, regulatory compliance, peer review and credentialing, and corporate and medical staff governance. Her experience also extends to patient information privacy (including data breaches), appeals of state-issued administrative penalties, Medicare and Medi-Cal certification, and emergency-care requirements. She is similarly well-versed in state and federal licensing and accreditation requirements, as well as the roles and concerns of an organization’s leadership, including medical directors and chief medical officers; credentialing and peer-review committees; individual reviewers; and support staff.