9:00 am – 9:30 am – Check-In and Registration
9:30 am – 11:10 am - Expanding Public Policy Goals for EHR to Improve the Public's Health: Utilizing Integrated Medical and Social Data for Designing Care Systems and Population-Level Interventions - Issues in Law, Research and Ethics. 2.0 MCLE credits in Professional Practice
Mary Beth Morrissey, Esq., MPH, PhD
Fellow, Fordham University Global Health Care Innovation Management Center;
Health Law Counsel, Alcott Law Group, White Plains, NY
Veda Collmer, Esq.
In House Counsel/Compliance Officer, WebPT, Phoenix, AZ
Denis J. McGrath
Fordham University School of Law, 2006, J.D.
Notes & Articles Editor, International Law Journal
New York University, 2002, B.A. School of Law Student Researcher
11:10 am – 11:25 am - Break
11:25 am – 11:50 am - E-Health Licensure Standards - Gaps in Law and Regulations at the State Level
0.5 MCLE Credits in Professional Practice
Raul A. Tabora, Jr., Esq.
Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC, Albany
Daniel Meier, Esq.
Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff, Hackensack, NJ
11:50 am – 12:00 pm - Questions and Answers
June 28: Part I
At the June 28 kick-off event, speakers explored EHRs and the E-Health Exchange from the perspective of:
-health care providers
-health plans and other health care payors
-data aggregators such as RHIOs and the SHIN-NY; and
-ethical issues involving EHR use and misuse
Part I of this 2-part series was held at Albany Law School on June 28. View the free, non-CLE webcast from June 28, or go to: www.nysba.org/health