Ellen L. Janos, a Member of the Health Law Practice of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., and Julie E. Korostoff, Co-Chair of the firm’s IT Transactions & Outsourcing Practice, will speak at the 2015 American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Annual International Meeting & Trade Show. The conference is being held May 2-5 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.
Ms. Janos and Ms. Korostoff, who lead Mintz Levin’s Health IT initiatives, will participate in a panel discussion entitled, "Operating a Successful Telemedicine Program: Staying Ahead of the Shifting Legal and Regulatory Landscape” that is being moderated by Natasa Sokolovich, JD, MSHCPM, Executive Director of Telehealth, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. This session will explore the recent changes in the legal landscape for telemedicine services and provide best practices for vendor and provider contracting that reduce both regulatory and business risk. Ms. Janos and Ms. Korostoff will be joined on the panel by Terrence Lewis, Associate Counsel, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center who advises UPMC on telehealth matters.
For 20 years, the ATA Annual International Meeting & Trade Show has been the premier forum for health care professionals and entrepreneurs in the telemedicine, telehealth and mHealth space. With a focus on networking and interactive learning, the ATA 2015 program offers a unique, can’t-miss opportunity to learn and engage with leaders in healthcare technology. With over 6,000 attendees, 13 educational tracks and the largest telemedicine trade show in the world, the ATA meeting connects the sheer numbers of like-minded telemedicine, telehealth, mHealth professionals from around the globe.
Ms. Janos advises on internet based health initiatives, electronic health records, and HIPAA-related privacy and security matters. She specializes in providing regulatory and strategic advice to health care providers and payors of all types. Ms. Janos also represents companies doing business with, and investing in, health care providers.
Ms. Korostoff works with a broad variety of domestic and international clients in IT and outsourcing transactions and has a particular focus in the health care sector, where she has represented Health IT innovation leaders in transactions that maximize the value of their IT investments.
Attorneys in Mintz Levin’s Health Law Practice, many of whom have held senior government positions or served as in-house counsel, represent for-profit and non-profit, domestic and international companies in connection with a wide variety of business and legal transactions, challenges and issues that they confront both on a daily basis and in bet-the-company matters. Clients span the full spectrum of the industry, including hospital systems, managed care organizations, laboratories, long-term care providers, durable medical equipment suppliers, behavioral health companies, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, retail pharmacies and pharmacy benefit managers.