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Health Care Technology 2018: New Risks and How to Plan for Them in Cyber Threats, Digital Medicine, IoT and Technology Agreements


Speaker(s): Amy S. Leopard, Cora Tung Han, Diana J.P. McKenzie, Gerard Nussbaum, Linda Sanches, Prof. Anna Lysyanskaya, William A. Tanenbaum
Recorded on: Jun. 4, 2018
PLI Program #: 220330

Cora Han is a senior attorney in the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Privacy and Identity Protection.  She works on a range of policy, outreach, and litigation matters, including the Internet of Things, and health privacy and security.  

 


Amy Leopard practices business law and advises a diverse array of clients in the healthcare and technology industries.

Amy is a valued business advisor in corporate matters involving healthcare and information technology law. She provides trusted counsel to healthcare providers, entrepreneurs, and service providers on licensing, payment, regulatory compliance, privacy and technology issues. As a former hospital executive, Amy has in-depth knowledge from over twenty years in the healthcare industry as vice president in both academic medical center and community hospital settings and an internship in the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division. She also teaches advanced courses on transactions for healthcare organizations as an Adjunct Professor at the Case Western Reserve Law School, where she was editor-in-chief of "Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine" and worked on NIH grant projects. Amy has been selected by her peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America.


Anna Lysyanskaya is a Professor of Computer Science at Brown University.  She joined Brown in 2002, after obtaining her Ph.D. at MIT.  Her research area is cryptography, especially privacy-preserving cryptographic protocols.  She is famous for her work on anonymous credentials, which are algorithms that allow users to prove that they are authorized without disclosing any additional information.  She is a recipient of the NSF Career award and numerous other grants, the Sloan Foundation Fellowship, and the Google and IBM Faculty Fellowships.


Gerard Nussbaum

Experienced strategic advisor and healthcare executive with mastery of digital health, information technology, healthcare operations, legal and regulatory issues; deep experience in information technology strategic planning, technology system acquisition and implementation, regulatory compliance programs, merger and acquisition planning and execution; and interim management; frequent public speaker and author.

Expertise

Gerard has provided leadership and expertise to academic medical centers and health sciences entities, health systems, community hospitals, children's hospitals, specialty cancer care providers, and health industry vendors clients in many areas, including:

  • Digital health planning and execution
  • Information technology strategic planning;
  • Interim executive leadership;
  • Regulatory compliance and planning (including HIPAA, Stark, Anti-Kickback);
  • Systems acquisition, negotiation, and implementation planning;
  • Contract negotiations
  • Academic research strategic planning;
  • University enterprise strategic planning and enterprise infrastructure operations;
  • Information technology division structure and reorganization;
  • Accountable care organization technology planning;
  • Community EHR planning, program development, EHR Donation rule compliance, provider pricing and delivery options, program marketing; Electronic health record incentive program compliance (meaningful use);
  • Privacy and security planning, policy development, incident response planning, HIPAA compliance;
  • Software development partnerships and innovation center planning;
  • Medical device product planning and market viability
  • Health information exchange strategic planning, operations development, and policy development;
  • New facilities technology planning, design, and visioning; and
  • Health system merger, consolidation due diligence, planning; and separation transition planning.

Affiliations:  Vice Chair, Health Information and Technology Practice Group, American Health Lawyers Association, Member: ABA Health Law Section, HIMSS, IAPP.


Diana J. P. McKenzie has a nationwide practice focused on providing practical, efficient and strategic legal advice to clients on significant information technology and outsourcing transactions. Ms. McKenzie has practiced exclusively in information technology law since 1985.  This experience gives her the breadth and depth to offer an unparalleled sophisticated and holistic perspective on her client’s business challenges.  She has extensive experience with issues unique to the health care technology industry.  Ms. McKenzie is a nationally recognized writer and an internationally recognized speaker on technology and electronic commerce law.  She has given over 150 speeches in 50 cities and 14 countries.  Ms. McKenzie’s quotes and writings have been published in the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance, The Licensing Journal, CIO Magazine, ComputerWorld, National Law Journal, and the Computer and Internet Lawyer.  Diana also has a background in computer programming.   She has been selected as one of America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Technology by Chambers USA, as one of the top lawyers in the U.S.A. in Information Technology Law by The Best Lawyers in America, and as one of the Top 50 Women Lawyers in Illinois by Chicago Magazine. She is a Past President, of the ITechLaw Association and has been a Senior Member of HIMSS since 2002.  Diana currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Technology Association of Georgia, Savannah Chapter.  Ms. McKenzie received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Kenyon College, and an M.B.A. and a J.D. from Emory University. 


William A. Tanenbaum is ranked in top tiers by Chambers: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and in its Global Edition, Who's Who Legal, and Best Lawyers in America in technology, outsourcing, IP, AI and Data Law and recognized for his strength in healthcare technology.  He works closely with clients to bring actionable, industry-informed solutions to their business needs.

Bill has “expertise in technology transactions that puts him at the very top of the market” (Who's Who Legal) and "his technology approach and understanding of healthcare - his domain expertise - is a winning combination.” (Chambers)  According to Chambers, Bill “brings extremely high integrity, a deep intellect, fearlessness and a practical, real-world mindset to every problem.”  Bill is recognized as one of the “leading names” in AI and as a “go-to expert [on] data.” (Who's Who Legal/Global Data Review)  He was named as the “Lawyer of the Year” in IT in New York in 2013 by US News & World Report and one of the Top 30 IT lawyers in the U.S. (Best of the Best/Expert Legal Guide), and as one of the “IAM Strategy 300 - The World's Leading IP Strategists,” as an “IP Star” and as a “Life Sciences Star.” (Managing IP; LMG Life Sciences) Bill was President of the International Technology Association and is the Contributing Editor of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Digital Health 2020

Chambers also finds that Bill has a “solid national reputation,” “is a “prominent figure in technology and outsourcing,” “provides savvy representation,” and “uses his expertise to help [clients] successfully navigate negotiations.”  Bill also “has strong litigation experience” with patent victories in the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (Who's Who Legal).  He was appointed by peer review to the “List of the World’s Leading Neutrals [Arbitrators]” and is Board Member of the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center.  He is also a past Vice President of the Society for Information Management, an  industry CIO association (New York Chapter). 

Prior to joining Moses & Singer, Bill was the Chair of IP and Technology Transactions at a Wall Street firm, a partner in an international IP firm, and the Practice Co-Chair of Healthcare Technology Transactions at an Am Law 100 firm.