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Ashley Solowan

Associate
Albany

P 518-512-8706
F 518-242-7730
Ashley.Solowan@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Ashley Solowan is an Associate in the Albany, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Her practice focuses on health law, corporate law, transactional law, and data privacy law.

Mrs. Solowan assists clients with HIPAA compliance, federal and state fraud and abuse laws (e.g., Anti-Kickback and Stark), and cybersecurity and data privacy issues involving HIPAA/HITECH compliance. Mrs. Solowan is also involved in the formation and dissolution of corporate entities, as well as drafting agreements in the context of HIPAA and data privacy law.

Published Works

  • “Increases Coming for White-Collar Exemption Salary Thresholds “The Situation Report: Home Care Association of New York State (December 2018) [Co-author]

Professional Associations and Activities

  • New York Bar Association, Young Lawyers and Health Law Section

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July 16, 2019

New York Expands Telemedicine Regulations

July 16, 2019

The authorized use of telehealth to deliver mental health services to New Yorkers has been expanded by amendments to the state Office of Mental Health’s (OMH) Telemental Health Services regulations increasing the types of professionals who may provide care and the places where care recipients can be treated. The New York OMH’s... Read More

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New York Expands Telemedicine Regulations
July 17, 2019

The authorized use of telehealth to deliver mental health services to New Yorkers has been expanded by amendments to the state Office of Mental Health’s (OMH) Telemental Health Services regulations increasing the types of professionals who may provide care and the places where care recipients can be treated. Our colleagues in the Health L Read More

As Wearable Technology Booms, Sports and Athletic Organizations at all Levels Face Privacy Concerns
April 5, 2019

As wearable and analytics technology continues to explode, professional sports leagues, such as the NFL, have aggressively pushed into this field. (See Bloomberg). NFL teams insert tiny chips into players shoulder pads to track different metrics of their game. Read More