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A timely overview of the recent SCOTUS decision on healthcare and how it impacts meaningful use, health IT, HIPAA hosting and more.
When: July 3rd, 2012 @ 2 P.M. ET (see recording below)
Who: Tatiana Melnik, Attorney with Dicksinson Wright and April Sage, Director of Healthcare Vertical and Marketing at Online Tech.
What: Overview of the SCOTUS Decision and Its Impact on Healthcare IT
Description: This webinar discusses the broader implications of the recent Supreme Court decision on healthcare and how it will affect meaningful use for covered entities and business associates alike.
(i) Provides a brief summary of the Supreme Court’s analysis
(ii) Discusses the impact of the decision on healthcare information technology and meaningful use in general
(iii) Discusses the (a) current HIT/MU regulatory framework, the anticipated actions by the regulators as a result of this decision (e.g., increases in enforcement activity by OCR), and (b) increases in investment as a result of the stabilization.
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Tatiana Melnik, Attorney, Dickinson Wright PLLC Tatiana Melnik is an attorney with the Dickinson Wright law firm where her practice focuses on information technology, healthcare information technology, intellectual property and privacy issues. Ms. Melnik sits on the Michigan Bar Information Technology Law Council, the Automation Alley Information Technology Committee, and is a Managing Editor of the Nanotechnology Law & Business Journal. Ms. Melnik holds a JD from the University of Michigan Law School, and a BS in Information Systems and BBA in International Business, both from the University of North Florida. Ms. Melnik regularly writes and speaks on issues surrounding healthcare information technology.
April Sage, CPHIMS, Director Healthcare Vertical, Online Tech April Sage has been involved in the IT industry for over two decades, initially founding a technology vocational program. In 2000, April founded a bioinformatics company that supported biotech, pharma, and bioinformatic companies in the development of research portals, drug discovery search engines, and other software systems. Since then, April has been involved in the development and implementation of online business plans and integrated marketing strategies across insurance, legal, entertainment, and retail industries until her current position as Director Healthcare Vertical of Online Tech. Contact: email@example.com
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