Christian & Barton health care attorney Jonathan M. Joseph was selected to provide the foreward to a newly-released analysis of health information privacy and breach response requirements for all 50 states plus the District of Columbia.
“Health Information Privacy & Breach: A 50 State Survey,” was published by the American Health Law Association. As Joseph noted in his foreward, the analysis is a much-needed resource for legal advisors to the health care industry due to the rapid growth of telehealth, remote patient monitoring and other services in which providers and health care data virtually cross state lines.
Joseph leads the firm’s Health Care practice group and is author of “Data Breach Notification Laws: A Fifty State Survey, Second Edition.”
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