Blogger Patricia Salber, MD MBA featured Understanding whether a medical app needs FDA regulation can be tricky on The Doctor Weighs In. In this videotaped interview, held at the 2015 Stanford [...]
Will artificial intelligence (AI) replace or augment professional human functions such as the analytical prowess and advisory skill of a talented attorney, as machine intelligence evolves, and [...]
Michael H Cohen will be presenting Legal Issues In Integrative Healthcare for The Leadership Program in Integrative Healthcare at Duke University.
Michael H Cohen Speaks on MHealth & Wearable Health Technology: Will FDA Legal Compliance Stymie or Promote Innovation
Healthcare & FDA lawyer Michael H Cohen speaks on MHealth & Wearable Health Technology: Will FDA Legal Compliance Stymie or Promote Innovation, at the Health Law Section of the Los Angeles County [...]
The Daily Journal published FDA’s General Wellness Guidance is Welcome News by healthcare and FDA lawyer Michael H. Cohen. The article (Cohen.P.0129) goes through FDA's general wellness guidance [...]
Does anyone remember Hammurabi? Concierge Medicine Today Features “Does Concierge Medicine Advertising Create Liability”
Concierge Medicine Today featured “Does Concierge Medicine Advertising Create Liability” by healthcare and FDA Michael H. Cohen. The article analyzes the recent verdict against MDVIP based on [...]
Michael H Cohen was quoted in A Sacred Space: Navigating Religion and Spirituality in Medical Situations, in The New Physician, for comments on spirituality in medicine and health care
Energy drinks, like dietary supplements promising energy boosts, weight loss, and other benefits, raise significant FDA legal challenges; how can manufacturers avoid the barrage of FDA and state [...]
Bay Area / San Francisco and Los Angeles lawyer Michael H Cohen was quoted by CNBC in USA Today on healthcare issues.
Does Wearable Tech Give Away Your Quantifiable Self? FDA Medical Device, HIPAA Privacy and Security, and Legal Issues Over Who Owns Your Data
Wearable health technology is here, creating new legal and regulatory questions about who owns the data, whether HIPAA applies and protects the privacy of your quantifiable self.