Telemedicine Law & Practice
Practical Guidance • Compendium of Federal & State Laws
Editors: Stephen J. Schanz, J.D., LL.M. and Barry B. Cepelewicz, M.D., J.D.

The authoritative guide that ensures telehealth programs are in compliance with federal and state laws ...  qualify for maximum reimbursement … and are structured to avoid legal liability ...

Compiled and edited by America's foremost authorities on telehealth and medical information technology law, Telemedicine Law & Practice is a comprehensive guide to safe, sure compliance with state and federal laws governing telemedicine.

This authoritative handbook covers virtually every legal issue that arises in the management and delivery of medical care via telecommunications technology, including:

  • Critical interstate licensing issues
  • Medical record-keeping
  • Privacy and confidentiality
  • Informed consent policies
  • Fraud and abuse prevention
  • Risk management techniques
  • Reimbursement rules
  • Universal service questions
  • Emergency treatment requirements
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Tax ramifications

It's an essential legal companion for telemedicine care providers, medical records officers, physician practice managers, hospital medical directors and risk managers, telecommunication companies, hardware and software developers and vendors—and the one indispensable resource for health law attorneys.




Table of Contents (PDF)
Format: Looseleaf Book
© 2001 760 pp.
ISBN: 1-887554-16-5
Price: US $ 311.50
Product Code: TLP

(Note: Previous editions were published by Legamed, Inc., as two separate paperbound volumes entitled, respectively, Navigating the Legal Maze of Telemedicine and Compendium of Telemedicine Laws. These volumes have been extensively updated, expanded and integrated.)



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