Global Telehealth: Complying With the FCPA, Privacy and Security Laws, Fraud and Abuse Laws
Overcoming Regulatory Hurdles When Providing Telemedicine Services Internationally
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide healthcare counsel with guidance on overcoming the regulatory challenges involved when providing telemedicine services internationally. The panel will discuss the obstacles, such as FCPA compliance, when developing and operating an international telehealth program. The panel will examine the regulatory issues that face healthcare providers, hospitals and health systems when providing telehealth services outside the U.S.
- Privacy and security
- Fraud and abuse
- Regulations by other countries
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- What FCPA risks may arise when providing telehealth services outside the U.S.?
- What are the regulatory challenges with licensing requirements of multiple countries?
- What are the regulatory hurdles relating to privacy and security when providing telehealth services internationally?
Dr. Sheryl Tatar Dacso
Dr. Dacso has represented healthcare organizations, hospitals and physicians for over 35 years. She concentrates her... | Read More
Dr. Dacso has represented healthcare organizations, hospitals and physicians for over 35 years. She concentrates her practice on healthcare compliance, regulations and transactions, including physician practice mergers, acquisitions and business ventures as well as digital health and telemedicine. Dr. Dacso is a thought leader and frequent speaker on many healthcare topics such as health information technology, including digital and e-health transactions, HIPAA and privacy, and telemedicine use and regulation as well as healthcare reform, ACOs, health information exchanges and the various rules and incentives associated with the use of electronic health records. Dr. Dacso was a pioneer in the early models of e-Health and information technology as she counseled entrepreneurs, healthcare providers and academic medical centers on the use and deployment of this technology.Close
Michael B. Lampert
Ropes & Gray
Mr. Lampert provides strategic, regulatory, and transactional advice to health care clients, including hospitals,... | Read More
Mr. Lampert provides strategic, regulatory, and transactional advice to health care clients, including hospitals, universities, schools of medicine, medical device and pharmaceutical companies, investors, physician practices, laboratories, and emerging providers. He has extensive familiarity with fraud and abuse laws, in both an advisory and enforcement context, and other regulation such as Medicare reimbursement rules, requirements of the LCME and other accreditation bodies, the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act, and HIPAA. Mr. Lampert also advises in mergers, acquisitions, restructurings, affiliations, and financings in both the for-profit and nonprofit context.Close
Joseph P. McMenamin
McMenamin Law Offices
Mr. McMenamin concentrates his practice on advising clients on legal issues pertinent to telemedicine. Although most of... | Read More
Mr. McMenamin concentrates his practice on advising clients on legal issues pertinent to telemedicine. Although most of his work is domestic, he was a principle draftsman of the Draft International Convention on Telemedicine and Telehealth, a proposal of the Committee on Law and Medicine of the International Bar Association to the UN. As a member of the European Health Telematics Association (EHTEL) Thematic Working Group, he assisted in the preparation of "Development of eHealth in Europe," an EHTEL Position Paper. He currently advises private clients respecting legal questions arising from providing cross-border services.Close