Emily H. Wein is of counsel and a health care lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, and member of the firm’s national Telemedicine & Digital Health Industry Team. Emily understands and identifies with the business and strategic goals of virtual care and digital health companies. She delivers practical legal guidance molded to accomplish each individual client’s unique operational goals. Emily works with a diverse bench of organizations – including large interdisciplinary hospital systems, skilled nursing facilities, multi-state clinical practices, and fast-moving entrepreneurs. Emily’s energy and enthusiasm mirrors that of her health innovation clients where she consistently drives to improve some of the most important and unmet health needs in the industry today, particularly women’s health, substance use disorder, mental health, and preventative wellness.
Emily wields notable depth on advising telemedicine and digital health clients on the highly technical, traditional healthcare regulatory issues of Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, billing and coding, interjurisdictional claims submission and reassignment, compliance with Conditions of Participation, and medical staff credentialing and privileging.
Real-World Industry Knowledge
Having earned both a law degree and an MBA, Emily understands the importance of practical business perspectives while maintaining that sense of urgency essential to the success of any innovative health technology offering. Whether an emerging start-up entrepreneur with a novel or breakthrough idea or an established health system with many constituents to align, Emily works efficiently and effectively to meet the distinctive requirements of each organization. Additionally, she spent five years as in-house counsel at a nationally-known academic medical center health system, where she led the development of its virtual care service programs, including tele-stroke and tele-cardiology, and had primary legal responsibility for fraud and abuse compliance of all Medicare enrollment and physician-hospital contracting arrangements.
Original member of the Clear Health Quality Institute’s Telehealth Accreditation Standards Committee, where she helped develop the standards and requirements for telehealth companies seeking CHQI accreditation.
Helped create the Maryland Telehealth Alliance; a mission-driven organization to advance telehealth law in the State of Maryland. She serves as its Chief Legal Officer.
Serves on the Advisory Board of Nest Collaborative, a telehealth provider specializing in women’s and pediatric services.
Co-authored The Telehealth Law Handbook: A Practical Guide to Virtual Care.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Emily H. Wein