Health Tech Podcast - Episode 3: HIPAA, HITECH and TCPA

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In the third episode of their health tech podcast series, Ian O’Neill, a shareholder in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s intellectual property department focusing on technology transactions, licensing, advanced media and privacy issues, and Emily Weber, a shareholder in the firm’s health care group focusing on academic medicine and clinical research, data security compliance and governance for personalized medical programs, discuss how HIPAA, HITECH and TCPA apply to patient engagement and specifically text See more +
In the third episode of their health tech podcast series, Ian O’Neill, a shareholder in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s intellectual property department focusing on technology transactions, licensing, advanced media and privacy issues, and Emily Weber, a shareholder in the firm’s health care group focusing on academic medicine and clinical research, data security compliance and governance for personalized medical programs, discuss how HIPAA, HITECH and TCPA apply to patient engagement and specifically text messages.

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