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May 08, 2012

In the press recently - Health care law and policy issues ... & some upcoming conferences

Here's a sampling of some recent press, touching on the diversity of issues that I've been dealing with these days:

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Health Reform Law, Nation Awaits Decision  We're counting down to a decision in late spring/early summer ... and I read today that oddsmakers are giving the law's opponents a slight edge.

Smart Social Media Policy for Healthcare  I've been working with health care providers on social media issues from a variety of perspectives; this article from is focused on the employment-related issues that arise from health care organizations' employees' use of social media.  

Health Law 2.0: Data exchange spurs HIT compliance challenges  I'll be chairing a Health Law 2.0 panel at the upcoming Health 2.0 Spring Fling in Boston; the pace of change in this arena continues to be rapid, and the question is always how to fit innovation within the regulatory structures unique to health care.

I look forward to seeing old friends and new at Health 2.0 in Boston.  

While we're on the subject of conferences, I'll mention just one more: I'll be speaking at Medicine 2.0 in Boston this fall, and HealthCamp Boston will take place the day before: September 14.  Please hold the date for HealthCamp -- whether or not you'll be attending Medicine 2.0 -- and let me know if you'd like to help organize (or sponsor) this unconference.

David Harlow
The Harlow Group LLC
Health Care Law and Consulting



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