With the fate of the Affordable Care Act in the Supreme Court’s hands, we consider this week some other aspects of health care practice — regulatory hurdles to the use of emote diagnostic and treatment technologies that would allow elderly people to remain in their homes longer; a new complication for the defense side in whistleblower cases; and the targeting of the life-sciences industry by patent assertion entities.

Regulations Lag Behind ‘Telehealth’ Technology
Remote, 24-hour monitoring would allow Americans who need long-term care to “age in place” at home.

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