Capehart Scatchard Shareholder, Denise L. Sanders, Esq., spoke on June 11, 2017 at the 2017 Annual Medical Symposium sponsored by Asian Indian Professionals, Inc. (AIP).  The mission of AIP is to bring together physicians and other professionals of Asian Indian origin in the Greater Philadelphia area.  Yasmeen S. Khaleel, Esq., co-chair of the firm’s Wills, Trusts and Estates Department, as well as the Business and Tax Department, currently serves as President of AIP.

During her presentation entitled, “Telemedicine Update 2017,” Ms. Sanders spoke on what is meant by telemedicine and what standards and rules apply in New Jersey.  Additionally, she addressed the risks involved for medical professionals in this new way of practicing medicine.

Ms. Sanders, a resident of Marlton, focuses her practice in the areas of healthcare regulatory compliance and privacy and security. Her extensive experience representing physicians and healthcare providers includes advising on self-referral laws, anti-kickback, licensure, scope of practice, collaborative arrangements, and HIPAA privacy, security and data breach issues. Her representative healthcare clients include individual and group practices, ambulatory surgery providers, ambulatory care facilities, urgent care and home care providers, as well as health care service vendors.

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