Sam Caligiuri, Eric Fader and Andrew Finan wrote a bylined article, "Anthem Aftermath: Conn. Tackles Data Security Legislation," for Law360. The article examines the recent introduction of a bill in the Connecticut General Assembly that requires health insurers, health care centers and other health insurance related businesses to encrypt customers' personal information. The article also compares the Connecticut bill to similar data encryption legislation adopted in New Jersey and discusses the possible increase in data encryption requirements and the impact of the Connecticut bill and New Jersey legislation on legal practitioners.
On March 15, Eric Fader will be presenting a live webinar, "Navigating Legal Issues in Neuromonitoring," for The American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring (ASNM).
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?"
Susan Huntington authored a chapter, "Enterprise Risk Approach to Successful Population Management," in the recently published third edition of the "Enterprise Risk Management Handbook for Health Care Entities."
Kathy Lawler, Susan Huntington and Erin Healy wrote an article, "Risks for Employers using Drug Import Companies to Manage Costs," for AHLA Weekly.
Theresa Kelly and Howard Fetner wrote an article, "AARP Lawsuit Puts EEOC In An Awkward Position," for Law360.
Eric Fader was quoted in an article in Bloomberg BNA's Life Sciences Law & Industry Report that discussed the possibility that the existing safe harbors under the federal Anti-Kickback Statute may be modified or expanded to take into account alternative healthcare payment models.
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Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Privacy and Security Audits May Be Moving From Education to Enforcement," in Bloomberg BNA's Privacy Law Watch.
Susan Huntington and Eric Fader were quoted in an article, "Growing HIPAA Focus Leads To Fresh Compliance Options," published in Law360.
Eric Fader was quoted in an article, "Florida Hospital Pays $5.5M to Settle Patient Record Breach," in Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Daily Report.