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Triage: Rapid Legal Lessons for Busy Health Care Professionals is a podcast created by the K&L Gates health care practice group to inform our clients and friends of the firm about the latest developments in health law. If you would like to provide feedback or would like to suggest a topic for a future episode of Triage, please contact usUse the icons below to subscribe to Triage via your favorite podcast app to have our episodes delivered directly to you as they become available.

Sep 16, 2021

In this week’s episode, Don Walker and Macy Flinchum discuss new regulations stemming from the No Surprises Act and the new parameters for health care providers around balance billing, including for example, requirements for adequate notice and consent. Our presenters explain when these requirements apply, who is...


Aug 19, 2021

In the recent Medicare Physician Fee Schedule proposed rule for CY 2022, CMS has proposed adding a new category of reimbursable digital health services with new CPT codes classified as remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM). In this episode, Leah D’Aurora Richardson and Sarah Staples explain what RTM is, how it...


Aug 17, 2021

In this week’s episode, Andrea Cunha outlines some of the key considerations directors and officers should assess when their company is approaching insolvency, including how to evaluate financial distress of the company, the fiduciary duties they owe to the company, considerations for avoiding personal liability,...


Aug 9, 2021

As health care providers are increasingly relying on complex and integrated electronic medical record systems, the health care industry has rapidly become one of the most frequent and often vulnerable targets for cybersecurity threat actors.  In this week’s episode, partners Gina Bertolini, John Lawrence, and...


Jul 15, 2021

In this week’s episode, Richard Church interviews Rebecca Schaefer about the intersection and blurred line between clinical research and quality initiatives. The presenters discuss what factors to consider when defining research, the regulatory requirements for research, and HIPAA exemptions to the Common Rule.