5 Most Popular Jackson LLP Blogs of 2020

Did you miss any Jackson LLP blogs this year? Here’s a countdown of the five legal tips and updates that your peers searched for, visited, shared, and commented upon most in 2020.

Most popular Jackson LLP Blogs of 2019

#5 – HIPAA Myths and COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, rumors about HIPAA abound. If you’re confused about the rules around telemedicine, mask policies, employee temperature checks, and whom you can notify about positive cases, we offer some clarity.

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#4 – Prescribing Controlled Substances Through Telehealth: How COVID-19 Is Changing the Game

The practice of medicine through telehealth has always been heavily restrictive. A recent statement by the DEA expands what physicians may do—but brings into question what will happen when the COVID-19 pandemic subsides.

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#3 – Starting a New Patient Relationship Over Telemedicine

As you delve into telemedicine to deliver care, you may wonder about the rules for establishing a new patient-physician relationship. We discuss the current requirements in Illinois and New York, and the crucial role of clinical judgment.

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#2 – Ready to Practice Telehealth? Keep These Legal Issues in Mind

Is your practice interested in launching a virtual presence to weather the COVID-19 pandemic? You’re not alone. We address some of the important legal issues surrounding telehealth and telemedicine.

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#1 – Digital Signatures in Healthcare: Are They Truly Compliant?

Learn the ins and outs of signing electronic health records and other documents so that they comply with HIPAA and hold up in court.

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The COVID-19 pandemic is a dynamic and evolving public health emergency. The laws and situation are fluid, and this article may not reflect the most current situation.

This blog is made for educational purposes and is not intended to be specific legal advice to any particular person. It does not create an attorney-client relationship between our firm and the reader and should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction.

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