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Health Care Law Today Podcast
42 minutes | 4 months ago
Economics 101: Tools for Understanding Antitrust and Provider Deals
In this episode, Foley Partner Holden Brooks sits down with Drs. Monica Noether and Sean May, who are Vice Presidents at Charles River Associates (CRA), to explore the ways that economists add value to provider clients who are considering transactions. They will explain what it is that economists can bring to the table, their flexibility in structuring these kinds of engagements, and get a sense for what they see emerging as trends in the provider transaction space.
38 minutes | 8 months ago
“Tune Up” Your Cybersecurity Program: A Perspective on Why Now
On the heels of recent significant Office for Civil Rights (OCR) breach settlements—one related to the Protected Health Information of 6 million individuals and an allegation related to systemic noncompliance with HIPAA rules—Foley Partner Jennifer Rathburn talks with Brian Resler a Vice President for Engagement for Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company, to discuss practical and approachable steps you need to take to tweak your cybersecurity program to be better prepared for any potential attacks. Jennifer Rathburn focuses her practice on helping clients prepare for and respond to data breaches, as well as complying with HIPAA, 42 CFR Part 2, GDPR, GLBA, FERPA, and other federal and state privacy laws. She is also co-founder of the Midwest Cyber Security Alliance, a nonprofit, nonpartisan collaboration of stakeholders focused on promoting awareness of hot cybersecurity and privacy issues as well as advocating for more effective solutions. Brian Resler manages teams assisting clients in responding to data breach and cybersecurity incidents, developing and implementing information security programs, and conducting digital forensics for litigation. Prior to Stroz Friedberg, Brian spent about 25 years as a State and Federal Prosecutor, most recently as a litigation supervisor for the U.S. Department of Justice Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, supervising and advising on cyber and intellectual property prosecutions around the country.
21 minutes | 8 months ago
Personalized Medicine, the Health Care of the Future
In this episode, Foley Partners Judy Waltz and Antoinette Konski talk with Edward Abrahams, the President of the Personalized Medicine Coalition, to discuss the issues facing personalized medicine and how the concepts underpinning the field may be applied to diagnose and treat COVID-19.
28 minutes | a year ago
Behavioral Health in the Time of COVID-19
In this episode, Foley Partner Chris Donovan sits down with Daniel Risku, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Beacon Health Options to discuss how COVID-19 has influenced and changed the environment of behavioral health from a private equity and transactional standpoint.
26 minutes | a year ago
Telehealth in the Time of COVID-19
In this episode, Foley Of Counsel Kyle Faget sits down with Jennifer Crawford (General Counsel at Medici) to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted the telehealth industry.
39 minutes | a year ago
Clinical Trials in the Time of COVID-19
In this episode, Foley Partner Monica Chmielewski and Of Counsel Kyle Faget sit down with Laurie Halloran (Chief Executive Officer and Chairwoman of the Board of Halloran Consulting Group) to discuss how conducting clinical trials has changed within the Health Care Industry in the face of COVID-19.
28 minutes | a year ago
What’s Ahead for Provider-Focused Health Care Investing?
In this episode, Foley Partner Roger Strode sits down with John Riddle (Managing Director of Brown Gibbons Lang & Company) and Dan Davidson (Managing Director of Coker Capital Advisors) to discuss the expected trends in provider-focused investing in the physician and behavioral health spaces in 2020.
32 minutes | a year ago
HIPAA Risk Analysis 2.0: Duty of Care Risk Analysis
In this episode, Foley Partner Jen Rathburn sits down with Terry Kurzynski, found of HALOCK Security Labs on the Duty of Care Risk Analysis, especially as it pertains to health care.
38 minutes | a year ago
Telehealth Technology in Long-Term Care
In this episode, Nathaniel Lacktman, Chair of Foley & Lardner’s national Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team, sits down with West Health Institute's Director of Telehealth, Michael Kurliand, and Chief Medical Officer and Executive Vice President, Dr. Zia Agha. They discuss how telehealth fits into the senior care environment and engages with patients to influence successful aging at home in America. “The focus is on providing resources through the foundation, providing new knowledge, new models of care and evidence through the institute, and then providing information and advocacy through the policy center.” “…there is a lot of interest and that just even our discussion around the topic, and having the implementation guide at hand, has given folks the confidence to really dig deeper into telehealth for their organization.” “At least for virtual in PALTC, it's not, or ought not to be, about the technology, what the product is, but the environmental and situational factors, which cause PALTCs to want and should use virtual care.”
42 minutes | a year ago
Leaks, “Lakes,” and Loot: What’s the Big Deal About Data?
For this episode, Emily Weber, Foley Partner and member of the firm’s Health Care Industry Team, visits with Ian ONeill, General Counsel at Welltok, Inc. They will talk about the challenges of health care data, “data lakes,” how mismanaging data can impact your organization, and how to bounce back.
50 minutes | a year ago
Direct to Consumer (DTC) Telehealth: Does the Industry Need More Regulation?
In this episode, Nathaniel Lacktman, Chair of Foley & Lardner’s national Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team, visits with Quinn Shean, Managing Director at Tusk Strategies. They discuss the current state of direct to consumer (DTC) telehealth services, advice for entrepreneurs, what makes for good asynchronous telemedicine policy, and what the virtual care industry can expect to see in 2020. “If you're requiring that every patient interaction is going to require a video in places that have low broadband, you're furthering health inequities with a policy that you were hoping was going to broaden access.” “The rise of DTC telehealth … is not an invasive species, but rather the result of shortcomings in the existing way that traditional healthcare is provided, and new expectations of the upcoming patient population.” “You can take some of what you've learned from selling [other online goods] to engage patients, that type of marketing, but you better realize you're not selling mattresses and razors. Bring on a medical advisor. Build out an informal network of your medical team.” Read and download a free copy of Foley’s recent 50-state telemedicine law research survey at New 50 State Survey of Commercial Insurance Laws Reveals Progress.
45 minutes | 2 years ago
Let’s Talk Compliance: Breaking Down Fair Market Value and Commercial Reasonableness
For this episode, Jana Kolarik, Foley Health Care Attorney, visits with Angie Caldwell, Principal at PYA, to discuss fair market value and commercial reasonableness and the impact that it has on physician compensation. The conversation dives into the practical considerations that affect the analysis of fair market value and commercial reasonableness under Federal Physician Self-referral law (also known as the “Stark Law”) and the Federal Anti-kickback Statute.
31 minutes | 2 years ago
Telemedicine: Getting to the Heart of Patient-Centered Care
For this episode, Emily Wein, Foley & Lardner LLP Telemedicine and Digital Health Attorney, visits with Rebecca Canino, Administrative Director at Johns Hopkins Health Systems Office of Telemedicine, to discuss telemedicine innovations. Johns Hopkins Medicine has six academic and community hospitals, multiple suburban health care and surgery centers, over 40 primary and specialty care practices, home care services and more. The conversation specifically addresses how telemedicine has helped clinicians at Johns Hopkins get to the “heart” of clinical care, where they are able to see patients in their own settings to enhance patient-centered care.
36 minutes | 2 years ago
Orthopedics in the New Millennium--The Evolution of Orthopedic and Spine Medicine
With Private Equity continuing its strong momentum into 2019, one area of investment that has seen huge growth is Orthopedics. In this episode of the Health Care Law Today Podcast, Roger Strode, Partner in Foley & Lardner LLP’s Health Care Industry Team discusses the evolution of Orthopedic and Spine Medicine with Dr. Todd Albert, Surgeon-in-Chief, Chief Medical Officer and Korein-Wilson Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Hospital for Special Surgery. This program covers the trends in Private Equity Investment in Orthopedics and what makes this specialty so attractive to investors.
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