I frequently serve as outside counsel to tech companies that offer tools to clinicians and patients. My clients have been featured in publications such as the New York Times, CNET, The Wall Street Journal, and Fast Company.
The remarkable tools my clients have built include apps that connect therapists to patients, online curricula and workshops, social networks for specialized populations, secure recordkeeping systems, behavioral monitoring applications, and many others.
When acting as outside counsel I provide clinically-informedguidance on affiliating with or employing licensed professionals, designing internal risk management procedures, developing documentation, HIPAA/legal compliance, business structures, as well as a host of niche legal solutions for unique and cutting edge companies.
As the head of the team that built the App Store's first HIPAA-compliant iPad notetaking app, I am intimately familiar with the practical, technical, marketing, and legal challenges that come from providing technology products in the healthcare space. Put simply: developing health technology products is hard but it can be done well.
If your team is building a new tool and wants to talk about the challenges you are facing, give me a call or send me an email: 415-350-0106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.