For your interest, here is a year-end recap of some of the most well-read telehealth and telemedicine-related publications on JD Supra during the year. [*Note: Typically, we only list content published within the year at hand but, in 2020, a striking number of older telehealth posts earned new readers (as COVID-19 spurred interest in the subject) and so we have included them, as you will see noted.]
- HHS and States Relax Telehealth Licensing Rules for Healthcare Professionals Amid COVID-19 Emergency - by Eric Knickrehm at Morgan Lewis
- Vital Signs: Digital Health Law Update | Summer 2020 - by attorneys at Jones Day
- Telemedicine: More Than New Technology - *published in 2014, by attorneys at Pepper Hamilton, now Troutman Pepper
- What is Telemedicine? A Cool Benefit or a Hot Mess? - *2016, by Nancy Campbell at Snell & Wilmer
- Liability in the Telehealth Era - by Joshua Gajer, Michael Horner, Stephen Milewski and Andrew Ralston, Jr. at White and Williams
- Insurance Compliance Risks Facing Telemedicine Providers - *2018, by Morgan Tilleman at Foley & Lardner
- Deciphering International Telemedicine Regulations - by William Ferreira and Adilene Rosales at Hogan Lovells
- Telehealth, Health IT, and mHealth Policy: Considerations for Stakeholders - *2015, by Alexander Hecht at Mintz
- Technology sector shows resilience during lockdowns... - by Nicholas Palumbo at White & Case
- DEA: In-Person Visit Not Required for Controlled Substances Prescription During Public Health Emergency - by Amanda Enyeart, Marshall Jackson, Jr. and Lisa Schmitz Mazur at McDermott Will & Emery
Stay tuned for additional reading recaps of popular topics in 2020.
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