In a May 30 article published in Law360, Day Pitney healthcare law attorney Eric Fader discussed Microsoft's decision to end technical support for Windows XP and its impact on healthcare providers. The article noted the critical importance of a thorough HIPAA risk analysis by every healthcare provider, particularly when there is a known computer vulnerability.
On January 30, Jed Davis will speak at The Knowledge Group Webcast, "Best Strategies in Protecting Your Firm Against Hackers: What Hackers Can and Cannot Do?"
Theresa Kelly and Howard Fetner wrote an article, "AARP Lawsuit Puts EEOC In An Awkward Position," for Law360.
Jed Davis authored the article, "Cybersecurity for the Under-Resourced" for Bloomberg BNA.
On November 2, Susan Huntington and Eric Fader will be speaking at a webinar jointly sponsored by Day Pitney and Wolf & Co. "Business Associates Are Under a Microscope - Are You Prepared?"
On August 30, Susan Huntington was a speaker in the webcast "Medical Devices in Hospital Networks: Mitigating Risk in 2016" hosted by the Knowledge Group.
Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Trump may maintain support for health IT, cut funds for HIPAA audits," in McKnight's Long Term Care News.
Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Incoming Trump Administration May Mean Less Funding for HIPAA Audits," in Bloomberg BNA’s Health Care Fraud Report.
Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Prior Defects Could Sink Auvi-Q Even As EpiPen Prices Soar," in Law360. In the article, Fader points out that with lawmakers and consumers calling for a competitor to challenge Mylan NV in the aftermath of the drugmaker's EpiPen price increases, potential competitor Kaléo Pharma has a "golden opportunity" with its updated version of the Auvi-Q epinephrine injector.
Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Omnicare to Pay $28M to Settle Kickback Allegations," in Bloomberg BNA's Pharmaceutical Law & Industry Report. The article discusses the $28 million settlement that Omnicare reached with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve claims that it accepted kickbacks from Abbott Laboratories to induce Omnicare to order one of Abbott's drugs.
Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Medicare Still Making Improper Payments on Behalf of Prisoners," in Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Daily Report. In the article, Fader discusses a government report that says that Medicare made about $34 million in improper payments to providers on behalf of prisoners in 2013 and 2014.