Telehealth: Integration into New Payment and Care Delivery Models; Regulatory Flexibilities and Opportunities

Navigating Rapidly Evolving Opportunities and Challenges

Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A

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Conducted on Thursday, June 16, 2016

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Course Materials

This CLE course will provide guidance on the integration of telehealth into new payment and care delivery models and compliance with federal and state regulatory and reimbursement requirements. The panel will also discuss leveraging opportunities to facilitate the use of telehealth.


The increased integration of innovative, consumer-centered telehealth technologies into healthcare delivery is changing the healthcare landscape in the U.S. This telehealth expansion is due in large part to the shift from fee-for-service payment towards value-based care.

One of the biggest challenges for providers’ looking to improve patient care through telehealth technologies is coverage and payment for telehealth services. Adequate reimbursement for telehealth services is a complex and evolving issue.

Physician practices and hospitals are increasingly relying on NPPs or mid-level providers, such as nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurse midwives, in the push for more cost-efficient healthcare and a physician shortage. Counsel must take steps to ensure providers comply with legal and regulatory standards to reduce legal risks.

Also, the use of apps and digital devices such as smartphones and tablets has increased among physicians and other healthcare providers. Use of these apps and devices creates legal risks, such as patient privacy and security, for healthcare professionals, hospitals, and other providers.

Listen as our authoritative panel of healthcare attorneys reviews how telehealth is being integrated into new payment and care delivery models, with particular attention to regulatory flexibilities and opportunities that are being offered to promote and facilitate the use of telehealth.



  1. Transition from fee-for-service to fee-for-value reimbursement
  2. Changes in care delivery, including enhanced use of non-physician medical professionals
  3. Latest updates to federal and state regulatory and reimbursement requirements
    1. State telehealth payment and coverage parity laws
    2. Scope of practice requirements
  4. Deployment of mobile apps, wearables, and other mobile technologies


The panel will review these and other key issues:

  • What new opportunities are offered to facilitate the use of telehealth?
  • How has the shift toward value-based care impacted telehealth?
  • What steps should hospitals, providers and their counsel take to protect the security of digital devices and the patient information stored on a digital device?


Sarah T. Hogan
Sarah T. Hogan

McDermott Will & Emery

Ms. Hogan advises health care, biotechnology and other technology companies in all stages of development on...  |  Read More

Mazur, Lisa
Lisa Schmitz Mazur

McDermott Will & Emery

Ms. Mazur maintains a general health industry practice, focusing on the representation of hospitals and health systems...  |  Read More

Dale C. Van Demark
Dale C. Van Demark

McDermott Will & Emery

Mr. Van Demark focuses his practice on a broad array of merger, acquisition, investment, and strategic structuring...  |  Read More

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