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Triage: Rapid Legal Lessons for Busy Health Care Professionals is a podcast created by the K&L Gates health care practice group to inform our clients and friends of the firm about the latest developments in health law. If you would like to provide feedback or would like to suggest a topic for a future episode of Triage, please contact usUse the icons below to subscribe to Triage via your favorite podcast app to have our episodes delivered directly to you as they become available.

Jul 12, 2018

Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems, including the use of algorithms and computer software to analyze complex data and perform certain decision making functions without direct human involvement, are rapidly developing in various industries today. Specifically in health care, AI systems are increasingly utilized to help...


Apr 17, 2018

Transportation is often cited as one of the top barriers to health care for individuals in the United States. To reduce this burden and increase access to care, many health care providers are now partnering with ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft to arrange non-emergent transportation to and from...


Sep 28, 2017

This episode provides an overview of the major cyber security issues affecting the health care industry. Given that health care is one of the most frequently targeted industries by data hackers, this episode outlines the primary cyber risks for providers and suggests key questions providers should ask to better...


Jul 13, 2017

This is the third episode in a series on recent revisions to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, better known as the “Common Rule.” This episode focuses on secondary research, when it is subject to the Common Rule as finalized, and how institutions may utilize the broad consent option to...


Jul 5, 2017

This is the second episode in a series on recent revisions to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects, better known as the “Common Rule.” This episode discusses changes to informed consent requirements for human subject research and what types of research may be exempt from such requirements....