Tracy Shapiro, Haley Bavasi
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However you choose to define it, the “digital health” star has been rising for decades. In this particular moment, however, the singular importance of enabling access to health care services through remote, technology-enabled platforms may have irreversibly catapulted digital health, in all its myriad forms, to the status of “new normal” in a post-Covid era. Digital health technology relies on the flow of data—data which is regulated by multiple privacy and data security regimes. What are the implications of these regulations and how do we build digital health products and services in light of our current legal privacy and data security constructs, and how might Covid-19 change that? In this presentation, we put the microscope on these questions by focusing on two particularly relevant legal regimes, CCPA and HIPAA.
Tracy Shapiro, Partner, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Wilson Sonsini
Haley Bavasi, Associate, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Wilson Sonsini