Electronic Recordkeeping & Technology

When health care and technology join forces, the options are endless.

We believe that embracing health care technology is critical to our clients’ success in effectively meeting the challenges they face in today’s complex and competitive industry landscape. Our Health Care Law Practice Group is comprised of highly skilled attorneys with deep health care and technology industry experience. We regularly assist clients in the procurement and execution of health care information technology software and services, including:

  • License agreements
  • Data privacy and security compliance
  • Data breach response and mitigation
  • Telemedicine
  • Industry best practices

We collaborate with our clients and their technical consultants to improve the quality of health care and outcomes, increase efficiencies, and decrease costs by effectively utilizing new and emerging technologies.

Make the most of your electronic recordkeeping.

Maintaining electronic health records and the ability to exchange health information electronically allows health care facilities to provide higher quality, safer patient care. Armed with accurate, current and complete patient information, along with the ability to securely share this information with other medical practitioners, it yields better clinical decision-making and improves treatment outcomes. Our attorneys are highly experienced with issues relating to health care institution electronic recordkeeping roll-outs, including purchasing and licensing in compliance with the Stark and Anti-Kickback Laws. We help clients derive the maximum value from electronic health records by utilizing their systems to achieve their business objectives.

It’s our job to keep your organization at the forefront of the industry.

To find out how the attorneys of Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny, LLC can successfully procure and implement your electronic recordkeeping and technology systems, call us at 410.995.5800 or email an attorney from our Healthcare Law Practice Group.