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Health Care Technology 2018: New Risks and How to Plan for Them in Cyber Threats, Digital Medicine, IoT and Technology Agreements

Released on: Jun. 11, 2018
Running Time: 05:52:52
IT and Health Care are rapidly converging as a result of fast-paced innovation in health-focused information technology and new regulatory and operational requirements faced by health care providers that are met by these innovations. This requires institutions, IT companies and the lawyers who advise them, and investors to reevaluate and revise existing agreements, address intellectual property issues, and formulate new forms of agreements for new technology -- including remote, retail, personalized and assisted living health care. Challenges posed by data security and cyber-attacks and privacy aspects of data sharing must be enhanced at the same time that data analytics, mobile and cloud computing are being used to improve patient outcomes, drug development and other aspects of the health care ecosystem. This conference brings together legal experts from key legal areas to provide practical guidance so that lawyers can create value in advising clients on in health care IT legal fields.

Lecture Topics [Total time 05:52:52]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks* [00:03:33]
    William A. Tanenbaum
  • Negotiating Health Care IT Agreements [01:08:39]
    Diana J.P. McKenzie
  • Ransomware and Cyberattacks in the Health Care Industry [01:28:40]
    Amy S. Leopard
  • New Cybersecurity Defense Technologies and Cybersecurity Due Diligence [01:02:28]
    Prof. Anna Lysyanskaya, William A. Tanenbaum
  • FTC and OCR: Recent Developments [01:10:51]
    Cora Han, Linda Sanches
  • Telemedicine, Blockchain and “Smart” Contracts [00:58:42]
    Gerard Nussbaum, William A. Tanenbaum

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Negotiating Health Care IT Agreements (PowerPoint slides)
    Diana J.P. McKenzie
  • Licensor and Licensee Dealmaking Tips to Reduce Data Privacy and Security Risks
    Diana J.P. McKenzie
  • Your Money or Your Patients: Using IT Contracts to Protect Against Ransomware Attacks
    William A. Tanenbaum
  • Addressing Legal Risks in Health Care IT Contracts
    Randall Stempler, William A. Tanenbaum
  • Taking Measure of HIPAA Enforcement (September 20, 2016)
    Travis G. Lloyd, Jordan A. Stivers, Amy S. Leopard
  • Fact Sheet: Ransomware and HIPAA
  • Guidance on HIPAA & Cloud Computing
  • How to Protect Your Networks from Ransomware
  • 2017—The Health Law Year in Review (January 24, 2018)
    Jay Hardcastle, Travis G. Lloyd, John M. Perry, Brad Robertson, Stephanie M. Hoffman, A. Paige Miller, Amy S. Leopard
  • Legal Implications and Initial Takeaways from the Equifax Data Breach (September 15, 2017)
    Jordan A. Stivers, Amy S. Leopard
  • How Millennials Will Change Health Care IT
    William A. Tanenbaum, Randall Stempler
  • The “Internet of Things” Should Be the “Security of Things”
    William A. Tanenbaum
  • How Health Care Institutions Can Improve Data Security
    William A. Tanenbaum
  • Health Breach Notification Rule, 16 CFR 318
  • Health Breach Notification Rule, 16 CFR 318
  • App Developers: Start with Security (May 2017)
  • Privacy & Data Security, Update: 2017
  • Phishing (February 2018)
  • Enforcement Results as of January 31, 2018
  • My Entity Just Experienced a Cyber-Attack! What Do We Do Now?: A Quick-Response Checklist from the HHS, Office for Civil Rights (OCR)
  • Cyber Extortion (January 2018)
  • Blockchain Law: ICO Regulation and Other Legal Considerations in the Blockchain Ecosystem
    Dror Futter
  • It’s Time for a FTC Blockchain Working Group (March 16, 2018)
    Neil Chilson
  • AMA Adopts Ethical Guidelines for Telemedicine, Finally
    Douglas A. Grimm, Annie Chang Lee

Presentation Material

  • Negotiating Health Care IT Agreements
    Diana J.P. McKenzie
  • Ransomware and Cyberattacks in the Health Care Industry
    Amy S. Leopard
  • Supplemental Materials
    Amy S. Leopard
  • New Cybersecurity Defense Technologies and Cybersecurity Due Diligence
    William A. Tanenbaum
  • New Cybersecurity Defense Technologies and Cybersecurity Due Diligence
    William A. Tanenbaum
  • New Cybersecurity Defense Technologies and Cybersecurity Due Diligence
    Prof. Anna Lysyanskaya
  • New Cybersecurity Defense Technologies and Cybersecurity Due Dilligence
    Prof. Anna Lysyanskaya
  • FTC and OCR: Recent Developments
    Linda Sanches
  • FTC and ORC: Recent Developments
    Cora Han
  • Telemedicine, Blockchain and "Smart" Contracts
    Gerard Nussbaum
  • Telemedicine, Blockchain and "Smart" Contracts
    Gerard Nussbaum
Chairperson(s)
William A. Tanenbaum ~ Shareholder and Co-Chair of the Health Care Technology & Innovation Group, Polsinelli
Speaker(s)
Cora Han ~ Senior Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
Amy S. Leopard ~ Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Prof. Anna Lysyanskaya ~ Brown University
Diana J.P. McKenzie ~ Information Technology & Outsourcing Practice Group, HunterMaclean
Gerard Nussbaum ~ Zarach Associates, LLC
Linda Sanches ~ Senior Advisor, HIT and Privacy Policy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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