Since 2016, Matt Fisher has combined his two areas of expertise—healthcare and law—to host the Healthcare de Jure podcast. In the bimonthly podcast, Matt talks to various guests about emerging healthcare trends from a legal point of view. He also serves as general counsel for Carium, a telehealth platform company. Before joining Carium, Matt practiced law for more than a dozen years and advised clients across the healthcare spectrum on a wide range of legal matters.
Additionally, Matt is active with the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and the American Bar Association (ABA). He recently spoke to Davida Dinerman on the Look Left @ Marketing podcast.
01:10 - Matt explains the origins of the Healthcare de Jure podcast and talks about some of his more memorable guests.
04:05 - His passion for the law and healthcare happened unexpectedly.
06:22 - Matt shares details on what Carium does.
09:22 - At HIMSS, he will discuss the intersection of HIPAA and the 21st Century Cures Act and the opportunity for greater collaboration.
12:56 - Contrary to what some suggest, Matt doesn’t see HIPAA and the 21st Century Cures Act as contradictory regulations.
15:30 - How state-to-state privacy regulations impact how data can flow between care organizations.
18:32 - Matt explores the state of healthcare and tech and how the pandemic accelerated the use of telehealth.
22:23 - Matt shares his thoughts on Zus, the new healthcare platform company founded by former Athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush.