This webinar took place on October 13, 2020.

Social determinants of health play a critical role in an accountable care organization’s ability to successfully manage healthcare outcomes of its patients. Partnerships with community based organizations and other non-traditional health care entities, such as food banks, religious organizations, and shelters are crucial to addressing these social determinants.

In this webinar, Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Tara Cho and Toni Peck explored the regulatory and privacy and security implications of partnerships between community-based organizations and accountable care organizations. Their presentation was part of the Move to Health Virtual Summit, presented by CHESS Health Solutions. 


Tara Cho (Partner) chairs Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP’s Privacy and Cybersecurity Team. Her practice is dedicated to counseling clients on privacy and data security issues across industries such as technology, retail, e-commerce, and life sciences, with an emphasis on compliance risks and regulatory requirements affecting the healthcare and healthtech sector.

Toni Peck (Partner) focuses her practice on assisting healthcare providers in a variety of regulatory compliance and corporate matters, including Stark law and federal and state Anti-Kickback Statute compliance, HIPAA, 340B Drug Pricing Program, physician recruitment, medical staff issues, and antitrust concerns.

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