More than 93 million Americans – 80% of internet users – have searched online for a health-related topic, such as a particular medical treatment, doctor, hospital or health insurance. In response, healthcare companies are expected to spend $1 billion online over the next five years. Increasingly, healthcare marketers are implementing new approaches – such as influencer marketing and native advertising – to connect more effectively with their audiences.
As powerful as these new marketing options are, they can also pose serious pitfalls. Although they may not resemble traditional advertising or even be created by the healthcare organisation itself, influencer and content marketing campaigns are still subject to Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act prohibiting “unfair or deceptive acts or practices”. How can healthcare organisations safely navigate a dramatically changing marketing environment? Learn the answer in this webinar and earn continuing legal education (CLE) credit.
This webinar will:
Even if you can’t make the live broadcast on 15 May, register for free now and you will receive a link to view the program on demand.
CLE is available for this programme for US based attorneys only.
Partner, Manatt Health
Randi Seigel’s practice focuses on advising health systems, long-term and post-acute care providers, physician practices, national and regional Medicare and Medicaid Advantage plans, healthcare start-ups and other healthcare stakeholders. She provides legal and strategic guidance across a variety of critical areas, including HIPAA and state privacy laws, corporate practice of medicine, Medicare and Medicaid conditions of participation and billing, fraud and abuse, compliance programme requirements and other regulatory and enforcement matters. She also has experience in providing regulatory and healthcare advice on a variety of complex transactions within the healthcare industry.
Partner, Advertising, Marketing and Media
With over two decades of experience in private practice and in-house, Po Yi provides cross-purpose, multidisciplinary legal counselling on transactional and regulatory matters in advertising, entertainment and digital media. She works with clients in strategically assessing competitive and regulatory compliance challenges; negotiating business alliances, including sponsorships, tie-in arrangements with sports and entertainment properties, co-promotion deals, agency agreements and talent endorsements; and developing and implementing advertising and marketing programmes across multiple platforms.