AHLA Announces a Newly Updated Second Edition of the Telehealth Law Handbook
- February 17, 2023
Washington, D.C. – AHLA is pleased to bring all health law professionals a newly expanded and updated second edition of the Telehealth Law Handbook.
The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in an extraordinary need for health care providers to build telehealth capabilities and regulatory flexibility as federal and state authorities enacted emergency exceptions and permanent changes to longstanding requirements.
“This new, second edition of the Telehealth Law Handbook is more comprehensive and addresses the myriad changes in the law since publication of the first edition, reflecting the explosive growth of telehealth services since the start of the Pandemic,” said Jennifer Breuer, editor of this second edition, Co-Chair of Digital Health Practice, and Partner with Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath.
Maintaining their concise and practical approach to the subject, the authors of this new edition explain and assess the current state of the law, highlighting risks and opportunities for readers to consider today and into the future. This new edition features several new chapters, two 50-state law appendices, and downloadable practice tools.
“AHLA is delighted to provide updated information regarding telehealth law as it currently plays a vital role in care giving for patients across the country,” said David S. Cade, Chief Executive Officer of AHLA. “AHLA will continue to assist the health law community by providing up-to-date information for all aspects of health law.”
This new publication will be available for purchase in early March. Interested parties can pre-order this resource here.