Data Privacy and Security Risks in Technology-Enabled Health Care

The digital health landscape has changed how patients track and manage their healthcare, raising new concerns around data privacy and security risks. Wes Morris, Senior Director, Consulting Services, Clearwater, and Bethany Corbin, an attorney who provides strategic guidance and legal counsel to healthcare innovation companies and Femtech, discuss the major privacy and security concerns that have arisen under the current landscape, specifically around telehealth, apps, and wearables. They also discuss emerging enforcement trends, including the Federal Trade Commission’s increasing role and privacy and security best practices.

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