Bringing the Digital Health Revolution to a Senior Care Community Near You (On-Demand Webinar)
Overview: The COVID-19 pandemic fueled the growth of digital health, but adoption of digital health products by senior care communities has been sparse. Incorporating digital health technologies has the opportunity to address concerns expressed by the senior community, including access to care, improved management of chronic conditions, and aging in place for a long as feasible. This webinar will discuss the regulatory, data privacy, and liability concerns that arise with the use of digital health in senior care communities.
Jane Blaney, Data Strategy and Insurance Attorney, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Mysty Blagg, Healthcare Attorney, Shipman & Wright LLP
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