In the future, anything that can be connected, will be connected. That’s the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT). And, to a large extent, with billions of connected “things” already in use worldwide, the future is already here. The healthcare industry is the perfect example of the current state of IoT implementation. Traditional healthcare delivery systems have fully integrated IoT devices into their processes, which has lead to increased efficiencies but also heightened exposure to new risks.

Speakers: J. Andrew Moss Mildred Segura Maryanne C. Woo

Event Type: CLE / CPD, Webinar

Start Date/Time:
9 November 2017, 12:00 PM ET
End Date/Time:
9 November 2017, 1:00 PM ET

As IoT technologies continue to innovate at an accelerated pace, IoT is also on the verge of significantly disrupting the traditional processes of healthcare delivery. This webinar will provide those in the healthcare industry with an overview of the current legal exposures involved with IoT use, including regulatory implications and security, privacy, and litigation risks, and also address the expected concerns with near future applications.

This program is presumptively approved for 1.0 general CLE credit in California, Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and West Virginia. For lawyers licensed in New York, this course is eligible for 1.0 credit under New York’s Approved Jurisdiction Policy. Please allow four weeks after the program to receive a certificate of attendance.