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Julia R. Hesse Choate Hall & Stewart LLP

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5 business risks to consider when outsourcing health IT *

USA - February 25 2014
Information technology systems outsourcing is a trend that goes back to the early days of commercial computing. While the name has changed &mdash…

Co-authors: David G. Rickerby .

Paying the price: physician group faces hefty penalty and OCR oversight after failure to conduct security risk assessment and implement policies *

USA - January 14 2014
The Office for Civil Rights of the US Department of Health & Human Services is continuing its trend toward more aggressive enforcement of HIPAA…

Co-authors: Christine G. Savage .

Supreme Court unanimously rejects antitrust immunity in hospital merger case *

USA - February 26 2013
On February 19, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in FTC v. Phoebe Putney Health System, Inc., siding with the FTC against a hospital…

Co-authors: Robert M. Buchanan Jr., Michael T. Gass, Christine G. Savage .

Truthful off-label promotion isn't criminal, according to recent ruling *

USA - December 6 2012
On December 3, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit vacated the criminal conviction of a pharmaceutical sales representative in United States v. Caronia.

Co-authors: Melissa Tearney, Jack Cinquegrana, Christine G. Savage , Diana K. Lloyd.

Changes to Massachusetts Healthcare Provider Gift Ban Law approved, “modest” meals permitted *

USA - December 4 2012
Massachusetts regulators have approved recent amendments to the Massachusetts Gift Ban Law that lift prohibitions on providing meals to healthcare providers outside of the hospital or physician office setting.

Co-authors: Melissa Tearney, Christine G. Savage .

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