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Webinar Recording: Telehealth Risk Management

State and federal regulations touch almost every aspect of the operations of a telehealth company. From navigating complex health care regulations, to ensuring the proper classification of employees, to running an Americans with Disabilities Act–compliant website and patient portal, to the potential for a cybersecurity incident, risk management is top of mind for telehealth companies.
During this program, Mintz attorneys Nancy Adams, Lara Compton, Todd Rosenbaum, and Jennifer Rubin provided an overview of key risk factors for telehealth companies and pragmatic takeaways which you can incorporate into your business practices. We covered a broad array of topics, including:

  • Compliance tips for classifying the individuals providing services to telehealth companies, including the application of California-specific considerations 
  • Complex health care regulations
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act and obligations under similar state and local laws
  • Insurance products and programs, including those related to cybersecurity insurance

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Nancy D. Adams

Member / Co-chair, Insurance Practice

Nancy D. Adams is a coverage litigator at Mintz who advises insurers on the business and legal implications of complex coverage issues involving commercial, transactional, and personal lines of insurance. Nancy serves as lead counsel in coverage litigation in state, bankruptcy, and federal courts.

Lara Compton

Todd Rosenbaum

Member / Co-chair, Class Action Practice

Todd Rosenbaum is a Mintz litigator whose practice encompasses general commercial litigation, securities litigation, white collar criminal defense, government enforcement matters, and internal investigations. Todd represents clients at trial and appellate courts as well as arbitration.
Jennifer B. Rubin is a Mintz Member who advises clients on employment issues like wage and hour compliance. Her clients range from start-ups to Fortune 50 companies and business executives in the technology, financial services, publishing, professional services, and health care industries.