Delivery of OB-GYN Health Care to Women Who Are Pregnant that May Result in an Abortion
Delivery of OB-GYN Health Care to Women Who Are Pregnant that May Result in an Abortion—Out of State Patients and Best Practices for Providing Care to Women Eligible for Health Care Public Funding
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM ET
Overview: This webinar will discuss the legal issues in providing medical care (drugs and procedures) to women that may result in an abortion to residents of states with more restrictive abortion laws. Topics include:
• Overview of restrictions on providing care within the abortion “safe” state to residents of an abortion-restricted state (surgical v. drug-induced abortion)
• Care through telemedicine
• Risks to providers/practitioners who provide care to out-of-state residents either through telemedicine or in an abortion “safe” state
• What states can do to expand access to reproductive services
Rachel Nosowsky, Deputy General Counsel - Health Affairs & Technology Law, University of California, Office of General Counsel
Kathy Marks, General Counsel, NY State Health Department
Bragg Hemme, Shareholder, Polsinelli
Lynn Barrett, President, Barrett Law, P.A.
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