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Daily Dashboard | Podcast: The 'enormous gap' in health care law not being addressed by Trump administration Related reading: Podcast: 50th episode special edition

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In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Kirk Nahra, CIPP/US, of Wiley Rein talks about the challenges of working in the health care space these days, particularly the challenges health care entities have in managing the multitude of third-party vendors and the “ongoing element of risk” involved in trying to ensure not only your organization is in compliance with regulations, but vendors are, too. He also discusses the explosion of available data not covered under current health care laws, like the data from your wearable devices and whether that data is regulated by any body of law at all. “We’ve got this enormous gap right now,” and the new administration isn’t particularly interested in figuring that out, Nahra says, but he’s hopeful U.S. state attorneys general are going to pick up the slack. Want to keep up with new episodes? Be sure to subscribe to our feed here.
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