Tag: Electronic Medical Records

Monday Morning Recap: The Week (3.23.15-3.29.15) in Drug & Device Law & Policy

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Monday Morning Recap: The Week (3.23.15-3.29.15) in Drug & Device Law & Policy
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Here’s the Monday Morning Recap (once again on Tuesday, we really should change the name), the weekly post where we call out recent drug and device law and policy developments that caught our eye and made us think. 1. Last week, as reported by Reuters, outgoing Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg gave her […]

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Meaningful Use, Mobile Health, and Patient Engagement

Filed in Electronic Medical Records by on January 31, 2014 1 Comment
Meaningful Use, Mobile Health, and Patient Engagement
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Advancements in information and communication technologies are fundamentally changing the way doctors and patients interact. These technologies, including electronic health records (EHRs) and mobile health (mHealth) tools, are transforming the industry and driving stakeholders across the healthcare landscape to reevaluate and transform how they provide services. mHealth holds promise for catalyzing improvement along the healthcare […]

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HIPAA, HITECH & Beyond: Protecting Heathcare Data in our Cyber World

HIPAA, HITECH & Beyond: Protecting Heathcare Data in our Cyber World
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This program will examine the most current issues, enforcement trends, and regulations relevant to healthcare data privacy experts who counsel hospitals, providers, and other healthcare facilities. In collaboration with the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office; 6 NJ/NY CLE credits. Click here for more information or to register. Speakers Helen Oscislawski, Privacy Risk Assessments and Privacy Challenges Helen […]

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LAW, HEALTH CARE PROFESSORS DISCUSS POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HIPAA IMPLEMENTATION

Filed in Health Law by on March 25, 2013 0 Comments
LAW, HEALTH CARE PROFESSORS DISCUSS POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HIPAA IMPLEMENTATION
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Seton Hall Professor and Health Care Regulation Expert Frank Pasquale to Present Draft White Paper Outlining Options and then Moderate a Discussion on its Pros and Cons with Fellow Academics Washington, D.C. – Seton Hall University School of Law hosted an academic roundtable discussion on how our current healthcare law will respond to the new […]

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Recommended Reading: Interoperability and Preemption

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Recommended Reading: Interoperability and Preemption
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I highly recommend two recent articles that consider the intersection of HIPAA preemption doctrine, interoperability of electronic health record (“EHR”) databases, privacy, and confidentiality. In her article, “Institutional Competence to Balance Privacy and Competing Values: The Forgotten Third Prong of HIPAA Preemption Analysis,” Barbara J. Evans takes on the well-settled belief — or “rumor,” as […]

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