The New York City skyline, including the Empire State BuildingIn a post on February 28, Fox associate Kristen Marotta discussed the privacy and security issues arising from the growing use of telemedicine, particularly for mental health treatment. Now on the firm’s Physician Law blog, Kristen continues her discussion of telepsychiatry by diving into recent developments in New York State surrounding the innovative practice

Kristen Marotta writes:

Many believe that educated millennials are choosing to work in urban, rather than rural areas, during their early career due to societal milestones being steadily pushed back and the professional opportunities and preferences of a young professional. Recent medical school graduates are a good example of this dichotomy. The shortage of

Whether it was an apple or a quince, pomegranate, or some other more botanically-likely fruit growing in the Garden of Eden, God’s command in Genesis was clear: do not eat the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.  When Adam and Eve ate the apple (or other fruit) anyway, they gained

Our partner Elizabeth Litten and I had a recent conversation with our good friend Marla Durben Hirsch who quoted us in her Medical Practice Compliance Alert article, “Beware False Promises From Software Vendors Regarding HIPAA Compliance.” Full text can be found in the February, 2016, issue, but some excerpts regarding 6 tips to reduce the

Health care vendors beware: if you tell customers that your product provides industry-standard encryption of protected health information in compliance with HIPAA, you’d better be sure it doesn’t simply “camouflage” the data.

The FTC recently announced a $250,000 settlement with Henry Schein Practice Solutions, Inc. (“Henry Schein”) for falsely advertising that the software it marketed