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Digital Health & the Law - Fully Remote/Virtual

Ended Jun 15, 2024

Full course description

This course is Fully Remote/Virtual

The Schedule is as follows

  • June 1 (11 am to 4 pm ET) Virtual Synchronous Session
  • June 15 (11 am to 4 pm ET) Virtual Synchronous Session
  • 3 hours of additional asynchronous material


This Digital Health and the Law course will explore the latest legal and regulatory developments pertaining to the use of digital technologies in the delivery of healthcare, focusing on the following key areas of innovation: telehealth/remote patient monitoring and artificial intelligence (AI). Because these technologies and solutions are developing at a faster pace than the laws and regulations meant to address them, this area of law is dynamic and constantly evolving. Lectures and class discussions will consider the various public health motivations for, as well as the legal and regulatory challenges to, adopting and adapting digital technologies and solutions in health care, with an emphasis on reimbursement, licensing, credentialing, liability, privacy protections, and practical industry insights. The teaching strategies for this course will include readings, lectures, group discussions, and mock hypothetical exercises.

Meet your instructor

Reema Taneja, Esq. is Senior Counsel at Nixon Gwilt Law. She draws upon a depth of experience in the healthcare industry from both a legal and policy perspective. She has experience advising hospitals, health systems, digital health companies and pharmacies on regulatory compliance, innovative business arrangements, and leading-edge healthcare policy reforms. Her areas of expertise include digital health; telepharmacy; telepet; MSO implementation; provider reimbursement; fraud, waste, and abuse; and advising provider groups on growth opportunities. 

Prior to joining Nixon Gwilt Law, Reema served as the Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), where she advised members on pharmacy regulation and policy, federal fraud and abuse law, pharmacy innovation and partnerships, and long-term care. Reema worked closely with the association's Innovation Center in ensuring any new business opportunities were not only beneficial for members, but also in compliance with existing healthcare laws and regulations.

Policies and Processes


The following is the refund policy for this Health Law and Policy Program Summer course administered by the Washington College of Law and registered through our Professional and Lifelong Learning Portal (

 Participants enrolled in the course will be eligible for a refund if the course is dropped and a refund is requested by Noon ET on Friday, May 24th. If a refund is requested, the net refunded amount will be the tuition minus 4%. Withdrawal from the course after this deadline will not qualify for a refund; however, electronic course materials will be provided.


Notifications of course withdrawal and refund requests should be directed to Professor Asha Scielzo via email at:

Refund requests not meeting the deadline (noon ET on Friday, May 24th) will not be accepted.

Payments and fees:

For payments with credit cards, debit cards or bank accounts, the tuition cost includes a non-refundable 4% administrative fee. In case an eligible refund is requested, the net funds returned will be the tuition minus 4%. 

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