This session will examine the issues raised by AI in the context of health information and technology. Enforcement in this area falls into a fragmented zone with HHS, the FTC, state AGs, FDA, SEC and other entities.  As a further complication, there are certain states (such as California’s Confidentiality of Medical Information Act) that have laws that are more stringent than HIPAA, causing mobile app, software and hardware developers to be deemed “providers of healthcare.” Companies that are using digital technologies to track user behavior to create profiles for health, wellness, fitness, mental products and services need to be savvy and learn what regulators and judges expect to avoid traps for the unwary.

Dominique Shelton, Partner, Privacy & Security, Perkins Coie LLP
Venora Hung, Manager, Clinical, UnitedHealth Group
Nandita Guha, Senior Legal Counsel, Roche Diagnostics
Kori Kelley Meehan, Senior Privacy Counsel, Google

Room 405

Conference Materials

Readings:

Nandita Guha

Senior Legal Counsel
Roche Diagnostics

Venora Hung
Venora Hung

Manager, Clinical
UnitedHealth Group

Kori Kelley Meehan
Kori Kelley Meehan

Senior Privacy Counsel
Google

Dominique Shelton
Dominique Shelton

Partner, Privacy & Security
Perkins Coie LLP