Attorney Audrey Davis focuses her practice on health care compliance; telehealth and telemedicine; privacy, cybersecurity, and data asset management; artificial intelligence; and government investigations and litigation.
Advises clients on compliance with state and federal laws affecting the provision of telehealth and telemedicine services, including issues related to scope of practice, licensure, online prescribing, reimbursement, and coverage
Counsels clients on compliance with HIPAA privacy and security rules and other relevant privacy laws, rules, and regulations regarding protected health information
Assists clients with legal issues related to big data analytics and digital health strategies
Drafts privacy and security policies, data licensing agreements, and business associate agreements on behalf of HIPAA covered entities and business associates
Establishes compliant contracting strategies
Guides clients through the legal and ethical issues related to artificial intelligence in health care and how to navigate associated risks
Defends health care and life sciences companies in litigation as well as in connection with federal and state government investigations, False Claims Act qui tam actions, and internal investigations related to health care fraud
Audrey is a co-editor of Epstein Becker Green’s Telemental Health Laws app, a comprehensive survey of state telehealth laws, regulations, and policies for mental and behavioral health practitioners and stakeholders across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. She is also a contributor to the firm’s Health Law Advisor Blog.
During law school, Audrey interned with the Departmental Appeals Board of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where she researched new tobacco regulations, drafted opinions and petitions relating to Medicare claims, and reported to the Deputy Director.
A South Carolina native, Audrey previously worked within the state as an Admissions Coordinator at a skilled nursing facility, dealing directly with insurance companies, discharging hospitals, and patient representatives.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Audrey Davis