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The Preventing Harm Exception to the ONC Information Blocking Rule [Podcast]

In this week’s episode, Gina Bertolini, Lindsey Rogers-Seitz and Maggie Power discuss the Preventing Harm Exception to the Information Blocking Rule, which was recently finalized in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) final rule implementing the Interoperability, Health IT Certification and Information Blocking requirements under the 21st Century Cures Act. The presenters begin by providing some general background on the ONC Information Blocking Rule, then discuss how the Preventing Harm Exception may protect certain lawful practices engaged in by health care providers that may otherwise constitute information blocking under the new Information Blocking Rule.

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Gina Bertolini Healthcare Lawyer K&L Gates Law Firm Research Triangle Park North Carolina
Partner

Gina Bertolini is a partner in the Research Triangle Park officer and concentrates her practice exclusively on health law; primarily representing academic medical centers, hospitals, and health systems. She counsels senior health system and academic medical center leadership on a variety of governance, transactional, operational, and regulatory matters. In this context, she advises hospital, health system, and academic medical center clients on a multitude of legal matters, including state and federal regulatory affairs, such as federal Stark and anti-kickback statutes, EMTALA, HIPAA, and...

919.466.1108
Lindsey Rogers-Seitz Healthcare Lawyer K&L Gates Law Firm
Of Counsel

Lindsey Rogers-Seitz is of counsel at the firm’s Research Triangle Park office. She is a member of the health care and FDA practice group, focusing her practice on health care regulatory and transactional matters. Lindsey has specialized knowledge in the area of hospital acquisitions and affiliations, physician contracting, corporate governance and fraud and abuse laws. She provides counseling to health systems related to strategic affiliations, contracting matters, and other compliance matters.

919-314-5617
Associate

Maggie Power is an associate at the firm’s Research Triangle Park office. She is a member of the health care practice group.

Professional Background

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Power served as an associate at a U.S. law firm where she focused her practice on transactional, regulatory, and litigation matters for clients ranging from individual health practitioners to large health systems.

Primary Practice

  • Health Care

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