Sep

    Connected Healthcare - Navigating the Patchwork of US Privacy Laws and Developing a Platform that Promotes Trust

    1 PM EDT

    The Internet of Things (IoT) allows medical devices to be connected to the cloud and to applications, for real-time health monitoring, data analysis, diagnosis, and treatment. In this webinar, attorneys from Rothwell Figg will discuss important privacy and data protection considerations for the connected healthcare industry within the framework of evolving U.S. privacy laws and will share some best practices for building a connected healthcare platform built on transparency and trust.

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    As the field of connected healthcare grows exponentially, so too are the fields of privacy and data protection law. The problem is that the growth of each is independent. While connectivity can directly benefit both patients and healthcare providers, they also come with risks. Legal non-compliance risks. Security risks. Trust risks. It is important that those in the field of connected healthcare stay informed of the ever-developing body of U.S. and state privacy and data protection law, as compliance with the huge patchwork of privacy laws is essential for avoiding fines, bad headlines, and being the subject of the next FTC or AG investigation, or the next class action lawsuit.

    We will discuss some of the areas of privacy and data protection law that those in the field of connected healthcare should be paying attention to, such as HIPAA, CCPA, BIPA, and other biometric laws, IoT security laws, COPPA, ECPA, and web scraping laws including but not limited to the CFAA. We will also share some advice on best practices, as it is likely that for connected medical devices to be successful in the future compliance alone may not be enough. As consumers become more educated on privacy and data protection, they are looking for platforms that are built on the concepts of transparency and control. Transparency promotes trust.

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Sep 21, 2020

    2020-09-21T13:00:00-04:00 2020-09-21T14:00:00-04:00 Connected Healthcare - Navigating the Patchwork of US Privacy Laws and Developing a Platform that Promotes Trust

    The Internet of Things (IoT) allows medical devices to be connected to the cloud and to applications, for real-time health monitoring, data analysis, diagnosis, and treatment. In this webinar, attorneys from Rothwell Figg will discuss important privacy and data protection considerations for the connected healthcare industry within the framework of evolving U.S. privacy laws and will share some best practices for building a connected healthcare platform built on transparency and trust.

    Sponsors

    Section of Science & Technology Law

    Panelists

    Caitlin M Wilmot

    Jenny Leigh Colgate

    Martin M Zoltick

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