On October 28th, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency alerted hospital
Continue Reading Medical Devices are Double-edged Swords for Hospitals: Vital for Patient Care but Vulnerable to Cyberattacks

In the midst of the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic, cybercriminals are targeting healthcare organizations with phishing campaigns, ransomware, and other malicious acts that can adversely impact health information technology, medical response, and
Continue Reading Heightened Cybersecurity Risks for Healthcare Organizations during COVID-19 Pandemic

In an effort to meet the increased demand for health care professionals during the current state of emergency and public health emergency, on May 5, 2020, pursuant to DCA Administrative
Continue Reading New Jersey Announces Emergency Graduate Licensure Program to Grant Temporary Licenses to Health Care Practitioners

Early last week, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed sweeping legislation offering civil and criminal immunity to certain health care professionals and health care facilities battling COVID-19, retroactively effective March
Continue Reading New Jersey Legislation Provides Civil and Criminal Immunity to Certain Health Care Providers Battling COVID-19

Early last week, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed sweeping legislation offering civil and criminal immunity to certain health care professionals and health care facilities battling COVID-19, retroactively effective March


Continue Reading New Jersey Legislation Provides Civil and Criminal Immunity to Certain Health Care Providers Battling COVID-19

Fellow Fox Rothschild LLP attorneys Margaret J. Davino, Salvatore J. Russo and Nawa A. Lodin generously contributed this post.

On March 17, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Continue Reading Medicare and OCR Relax Telehealth Rules Under Medicare and HIPAA

The New Jersey Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act (the “Law”), New Jersey’s “surprise” medical billing law, went into effect on August 30, 2018.  Among other things,
Continue Reading Time for New Jersey Medical Practices to Update Certain Patient Disclosures and Comply with the Surprise Medical Billing Law