The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic spurred a drastic increase in telehealth utilization across the country, which meaningfully changed the way providers deliver care and illuminated novel state telehealth policy design challenges.
Governor Kathy Hochul has called an extraordinary session of the Legislature in Albany to begin on Thursday, June 30.
A California bill requiring large U.S. companies doing business in California to publicly report all of their worldwide greenhouse gas emissions moved one step closer to Governor Newsom's desk.
The wave of new state legislation limiting abortion access has raised concerns about the privacy and security of reproductive health data not subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
States are required to maintain enrollment for their Medicaid enrollees through the end of the public health emergency as a condition of receiving the enhanced Federal Medical Assistance Percentage under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Employers that fail to provide premium pay for missed meal and rest periods in California face additional monetary penalties under the state’s Labor Code, according to a unanimous decision from the California Supreme Court.
To avoid running afoul of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Department of Justice and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently released guidance to help employers using artificial intelligence for employment-related decisions.
A California federal court determined that mild, temporary symptoms of COVID-19 do not qualify as a disability under the Fair Employment and Housing Act, granting summary judgment in favor of an employer.
Coming soon to a state near you: paid family leave, with Delaware and Maryland joining the growing number of jurisdictions to enact new laws.
The Supreme Court yesterday issued a unanimous opinion striking down the federal government’s reduction in Medicare Part B reimbursement for 340B drugs for calendar years 2018 and 2019.