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Telemedicine has been the “next big thing” for many decades. So why are we currently experiencing a renewed and fervent interest in the topic?
A column from this year’s Chair of the Section of Science & Technology Law on the importance of telemedicine.
Companies hoping to capitalize on the boom of mobile health technology innovations must carefully navigate the changing regulatory and patent landscape.
The current legalities and legislation relevant to telestroke practice are either complex, outdated, or absent, representing a barrier to the use of telestroke.
This article analyzes recent efforts to harmonize standards of practice related to the use of telemedicine.
With increasing adoption of telemedicine within the health care system along with demonstrated value for improving quality of care and outcomes, telemedicine is moving toward becoming a standard of care and standard of practice regardless of where the patient is.
Companies are increasingly using a new development methodology, broadly known as Agile. This relatively new way of developing software poses interesting challenges to attorneys.