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Telemedicine Rule Proposed by Wisconsin Medical Examining Board in Final Stages of Review


Posted on February 13, 2017 in Health Law News

Published by: Hall Render

The Wisconsin Medical Examining Board (“MEB”), on January 27, 2017, filed with the Wisconsin Legislature a proposed administrative rule governing the practice of medicine using telemedicine (“Med 24”). Upon the completion of the legislative review and approval process and final publication by the MEB, Med 24 will delineate standards that apply to a physician... READ MORE

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S.D. Texas: Hospital Cannot Be Sued for Increased Risk of Future Harm from Data Breach


Posted on February 20, 2015 in Litigation Analysis

Written by: Drew B. Howk

This month’s announcement of the recent Anthem Data Breach sent shockwaves through the health care industry with some experts referring to 2015 as the “year of the health care hack.” Those who collect and store health data have been racing to strengthen security protocols and to understand their risk exposure. In a first-of-its-kind case in... READ MORE

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4 Action Items When Facing an EHR Software Implementation Failure


Posted on July 17, 2012 in Health Information Technology

Written by: Michael T. Batt

Electronic Health Record (EHR) Implementations are complex and challenging. Even after substantial preparation, due diligence and physician commitment, implementations do fail. If you are struggling with an EHR implementation, here are four action items to help you navigate the storm: READ MORE

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