Emily H. Wein is of counsel and a well being care lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, and member of the agency’s nationwide Telemedicine & Digital Well being Business Crew. Emily understands and identifies with the enterprise and strategic objectives of digital care and digital well being firms. She delivers sensible authorized steerage molded to perform every particular person consumer’s distinctive operational objectives. Emily works with a various bench of organizations – together with giant interdisciplinary hospital programs, expert nursing services, multi-state medical practices, and fast-moving entrepreneurs. Emily’s vitality and enthusiasm mirrors that of her well being innovation purchasers the place she persistently drives to enhance a number of the most essential and unmet well being wants within the business immediately, significantly ladies’s well being, substance use dysfunction, psychological well being, and preventative wellness.
Emily wields notable depth on advising telemedicine and digital well being purchasers on the extremely technical, conventional healthcare regulatory problems with Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, billing and coding, interjurisdictional claims submission and reassignment, compliance with Situations of Participation, and medical employees credentialing and privileging.
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Having earned each a legislation diploma and an MBA, Emily understands the significance of sensible enterprise views whereas sustaining that sense of urgency important to the success of any progressive well being expertise providing. Whether or not an rising start-up entrepreneur with a novel or breakthrough concept or a longtime well being system with many constituents to align, Emily works effectively and successfully to fulfill the distinctive necessities of every group. Moreover, she spent 5 years as in-house counsel at a nationally-known tutorial medical heart well being system, the place she led the event of its digital care service packages, together with tele-stroke and tele-cardiology, and had major obligation for fraud and abuse compliance of all Medicare enrollment and physician-hospital contracting preparations.
Authentic member of the Clear Well being High quality Institute’s Telehealth Accreditation Requirements Committee, the place she helped develop the requirements and necessities for telehealth firms looking for CHQI accreditation.
Helped create the Maryland Telehealth Alliance; a mission-driven group to advance telehealth legislation within the State of Maryland. She serves as its Chief Authorized Officer.
Serves on the Advisory Board of Nest Collaborative, a telehealth supplier specializing in ladies’s and pediatric providers.
Co-authored The Telehealth Legislation Handbook: A Sensible Information to Digital Care.