Digital Health Compliance: How to Avoid Common Traps and Pitfalls

October 20, 2021 | 1-2 PM CDT

In this webinar, NABP Digital Health staff will provide an overview of common federal and state compliance issues for online pharmacies and telemedicine platforms and detail successful ways to remedy them. We will also cover common roadblocks encountered by .Pharmacy Verified Websites Program applicants.

You will learn more about:

  • telehealth state law compliance,
  • FDA inspections and outcomes,
  • HIPAA notification requirements,
  • CBD regulatory compliance,
  • domain name registration transparency, and
  • NABP’s Affiliate Standard.

Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of digital health compliance and best practices and will have the knowledge required for a successful application to the .Pharmacy Verified Websites Program.

CPE Credit

The complimentary webinar is eligible for Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)-accredited continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit. More details regarding the presentations, CPE activity credits, and browser requirements can be found in the CPE Activity Information Guide.

Presenters

Justin Macy, PharmD, JD Digital Health Senior Manager at NABP

Justin Macy leads NABP’s Digital Health team, which both verifies legitimate pharmacy community members and conducts research on illegal actors. Justin specializes in the intersection of law, technology, and health care with a focus on pharmacy practice and drug regulations. Prior to joining NABP, Justin was a specialist in Amazon’s Consumer Legal department and Associate Director of Innovation at LegitScript.


Headshot of January webinar presenter, Niamh Lewis
Niamh Lewis, JD Digital Health Regulatory Expert at NABP

Niamh Lewis is a Regulatory Expert for NABP’s Digital Health team. She is an attorney who specializes in the online sale of medicines, dietary supplements, and CBD, as well as related FDA and international regulatory matters. Recently, Niamh co-authored the internet pharmacy law chapter for the American Bar Association’s treatise on e-Health.