Key Takeaways | How to Prepare for New State Health Privacy Laws

By and on April 16, 2024

New state privacy laws regulating health data impose significant obligations and heightened litigation and regulatory risks. During this webinar, Elliot Golding and Sam Siegfried discussed how these laws apply, what they require, and practical tips to implement and operationalize compliance.

Access key takeaways and webinar replay.

Elliot R. Golding
Elliot Golding provides business-oriented privacy and cybersecurity advice to global companies spanning virtually every sector of the economy, with particular expertise in the technology, health care/life sciences, retail/ecommerce, automotive and financial sectors. His practical approach gives clients actionable advice to help balance legal risk with business needs, particularly relating to innovative issues such as “digital health” technologies, biometrics, the Internet of Things, data monetization, online advertising technology and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning tools. He provides both day-to-day product counseling and helps companies develop global compliance programs that harmonize CCPA/CPRA (and equivalent laws in Virginia, Colorado, and Utah); GDPR and other international laws; specific rules in the highly regulated health and financial sectors (HIPAA/HITECH, ONC Information Blocking and CMS Interoperability Rules, 42 CFR Part 2, the Common Rule, GLBA, and state equivalents); marketing rules (TCPA, CANSPAM, and industry self-regulatory standards); security standards (such as PCI-DSS, NIST, and ISO); and many others. Elliot has also managed hundreds of breaches and ransomware attacks, guiding clients through all aspects of investigation, notification, remediation and engagement with regulators. Read Elliot Golding's full bio.

Sam Siegfried
Sam Siegfried’s practice focuses on the intersection of healthcare data privacy, healthcare operations and healthcare transactions, with an emphasis on developing and executing data licensing arrangements, research collaboration agreements and other data-driven deals in the healthcare space. Sam’s in-house experience with an academic medical center and a healthcare technology and precision medicine company provides him with unique perspectives on the key issues healthcare clients consider when exploring these complex arrangements. Sam’s thorough due diligence in healthcare data collaborations, mergers and acquisitions, and venture-backed investments enables him to proactively address potential privacy or data exchange pitfalls early in the transaction process, clearing the path for successful deals and innovative collaborations in the healthcare space. Read Sam Siegfried's full bio.




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