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Ask an Attorney Anything About Healthcare & Section 1557!

We’re having a webinar with Kristina Launey, an attorney with Seyfarth Shaw who specializes in cases dealing with accessibility. Now’s your chance to ask her.

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Accessibility Compliance in the Healthcare Industry: Assessing Intrinsic and Extrinsic Risks

With open enrollment in everyone’s recent past, it’s time to start thinking about a different kind of healthcare: your accessibility compliance health! In this series.

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Accessibility Compliance Health: What You Don’t Know Can Sue You

With open enrollment in everyone’s recent past, it’s time to start thinking about a different kind of healthcare: your accessibility compliance health! In this series.

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2016 Legal Landscape Update: Healthcare

Overview In 2016, we saw an uptick in lawsuits related to digital accessibility across a growing number of industries, with most of the cases settling out.

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The Path to Digital Accessibility for Healthcare Organizations

Where do you even start when it comes to digital accessibility? It’s often helpful to look at the result and work backward, so let’s look.

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Accessibility Legislation in the Healthcare Industry: Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act

Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. Section 1557 is not intended to stand alone but works.

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Recent Legal Activity in the Healthcare Industry

The past few years have been very busy in terms of litigation and structured settlements regarding accessibility and healthcare. There are great strides being made.

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New Healthcare Tech is Amazing… Unless You Can’t Use It

The healthcare industry is quickly becoming digitized, making data collection easier and more convenient for patients and doctors. Unfortunately, many of these amazing, time-saving solutions.

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Accessibility and Healthcare: Challenges for Patients and Providers

One out of every five people in the U.S. – that’s 56 million Americans – has a disability, and those individuals need access to healthcare..

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What Will a Trump Presidency Mean for Digital Accessibility?

In the wake of Donald Trump’s election to the presidency, many are wondering how the new administration will affect the digital accessibility space. In the.

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