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Rankings & Honors

  • U.S. News/Best Lawyers has named Nixon Peabody “Law Firm of the Year” in Health Care Law in 2016
  • “Deal of the Year” for Health Care Financing by The Bond Buyer for Presence Health Network 2016 bond offering
  • Ranked nationally in U.S. News/Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” in Health Care Law and received metropolitan rankings in Health Care Law in Albany, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City and Rhode Island
  • Ranked in Illinois, Massachusetts and New York for Healthcare in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
  • Ranked nationally by Modern Healthcare—Largest Healthcare Law Firm
  • Recognized lawyers by Best Lawyers in America in the field of Health Care law
  • Recognized lawyers by Super Lawyers in the area of Health Care law
  • Recognized by the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section in its Annual Regional Law Firm Recognition Program
  • Recommended in The Legal 500 United States 2016
 

DIGITAL HEALTH

We help you navigate and understand the associated legal risks and requirements as you develop, use and invest in new health care technologies.

Our approach

Digital health technologies are creating opportunities for new players to “disrupt” the industry, identify new methods to create efficiencies, engage stakeholders and provide new opportunities for patients to actively participate in their health management. With these novel innovations and opportunities come myriad risks and legal concerns that health care providers and digital health vendors must understand and address.

Identifying and unraveling barriers is one of the things we do best. We apply our deep industry and regulatory knowledge, acting as translators between the digital health innovator or health care provider and regulators, ensuring that our clients’ new technologies can be integrated into mainstream health care delivery while protecting patient well-being and privacy.

We counsel on critical regulatory and operational issues related to:

  • Federal and state licensure and regulatory approval 
  • Credentialing
  • Corporate practice of medicine
  • Informed consent issues
  • Reimbursement issues
  • Privacy and security issues
  • Fraud and abuse
  • IP and licensing issues
  • Naming and advertising
  • Competitive pricing and discounts

We work with

  • Health care service providers
  • Technology platform providers
  • Medical device manufacturers
  • Biotech companies
  • Venture capital and private equity firms

Media Clips

  • Wearable Fitness Tracking Devices
    Product Liability Law & Strategy | May 1, 2016
    This second installment of a two-part column authored by New York City partners Chris Mason and Kristin Jamberdino discusses litigation centered upon fitness trackers and other personal monitoring devices.

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