Jodi Daniel is a partner at Crowell & Moring and leads the Digital Health Practice. She provides strategic advice to clients navigating the legal and regulatory environments related to technology in the healthcare sector. Specifically, she provides regulatory advice regarding innovative uses of healthcare data, standards, leveraging digital health tools to meet CMS requirements, remote patient monitoring and Telehealth, and FDA requirements related to oversight of new medical devices. Jodi frequently assists clients in influencing policy direction and interpretation when applicability of regulations to digital health are unclear. Jodi was the founding Director of the Office of Policy in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) at HHS, where she served for a decade. Prior to this, She was the first Senior Counsel for Health IT and was one of the key drafters of the original HIPAA Privacy and Enforcement Rules.
In this blog post, former Director of the Office of Policy in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Jodi Daniel shares some key thoughts around HIPAA and innovative health care technology.