Could 1-3, 2022
Boston Conference & Exhibition Middle
Foley & Lardner LLP is worked up to announce that quite a few legal professionals might be talking on the American Telemedicine Affiliation ATA2022 Annual Convention & Expo, the world’s largest telehealth innovation occasion. The convention brings collectively suppliers, know-how builders, enterprise professionals, and leaders from throughout the well being care sector to have in-depth, considerate, and important discussions about the way forward for well being.
In a deep-dive session titled, “The Enterprise of Telehealth: Authorized Points Round Telehealth,” at 9:00 a.m. ET on Could 1, 2022, Companions Nathaniel Lacktman, Alexis Finkelberg Bortniker, Kyle Faget, Thomas (T.J.) Ferrante, and Aaron Maguregui will discover prime regulatory points new digital and telehealth firms have to navigate to keep away from pitfalls. Subjects will embrace:
- Driving person engagement whereas managing privateness and threat concerns
- Transitioning from a direct to client mannequin to an insurance coverage based mostly mannequin
- Understanding HIPAA compliance, compliance program necessities, fraud and abuse fundamentals, and making ready for transition
- FDA laws round digital units
- Labor and employment regulation concerns for multistate firms
- Distant affected person monitoring contracting and authorized points, rising fashions, and potential for brand new codes
Lacktman will even be a panelist on the session titled, “This Isn’t 2019’s Telehealth: Constructing the Subsequent Technology of Digital Care,” at 2:40 p.m. ET on Could 2, 2022.
He might be joined by well being tech investor Kristin Baker-Spohn, normal accomplice at CRV, and Michelle Davey, CEO and co-founder of Wheel, a well being care know-how firm powering digital care. Collectively, they are going to focus on how the well being care trade is at a crossroads, with telehealth charges waxing and waning during the last a number of months prompting questions over whether or not telehealth continues to be a wise funding.
Skeptics have been fast to leap in and counsel that the demand for digital care was pushed by short-term concern of COVID-19 relatively than a long-term change in habits and preferences. However the pandemic has accomplished greater than drive adoption charges — it additionally pushed digital well being advocates to acknowledge the gaps and begin making ready for the long run the place digital care is seen as a long-term resolution to modernizing our well being care system relatively than a short lived repair.
Bringing collectively an entrepreneurial mindset and trade know-how, Lacktman and his co-presenters will present insights on what each firm must learn about constructing for the subsequent technology of digital care. Subjects will embrace:
- A renewed give attention to infrastructure: The demand for telehealth over the previous couple of years helped usher in a brand new ecosystem of firms centered solely on what’s taking place below the hood. Now that bringing a service to market could be accomplished in a matter of months (or weeks), the panel will focus on how this new vertical is elevating the bar for rising startups, conventional well being care suppliers, and everybody in between.
- Document-breaking funding: 2021 had already seen greater than $20 billion on the shut of Q3 — twice what was raised in 2020 — signaling that each buyers and entrepreneurs are bullish on well being care innovation. The panel will provide their predictions on how the panorama will shift now that revolutionary firms have the struggle chest to convey their large concepts to market.
- Embracing the uncertainty: The precarious regulatory terrain has accomplished little to stifle enthusiasm about the way forward for telehealth. If something, it’s inspired innovators to embrace bold concepts and agendas. The panel will share real-world examples of how firms have flipped what was as soon as a barrier right into a aggressive benefit.
- Getting clinicians on board: The pandemic offered many clinicians with the chance to expertise digital care first-hand — together with the advantages of working from residence and setting a versatile schedule — in the end turning many skeptics into advocates. The panel will dissect what each firm wants to contemplate when ensuring clinicians are on the forefront of the subsequent technology of digital care.
These classes are simply two of many considerate displays at this yr’s ATA convention, which can discover the theme, “Now What? Creating an Alternative in a Time of Uncertainty,” and study the digital well being panorama and what might be needed to determine telehealth as a everlasting, legitimate, and needed element of on a regular basis care supply. Be a part of these Foley legal professionals and different digital well being leaders at this multi-day occasion to construct upon classes discovered and establish the challenges and alternatives to enhance affected person and supplier experiences, and scientific outcomes, in these unsure instances.
To study extra and register for this occasion, go to the ATA2022 Annual Convention & Expo web site.