Hancock Daniel has experience working on a wide range of healthcare-related technology matters and regularly advises clients about data and information technology issues.  In particular, Hancock Daniel works with digital health clients seeking to deliver increased accessibility to data to patients and providers.  We help clients operate regulated industries and navigate both unregulated and emerging areas of healthcare technology. 

Hancock Daniel works with clients on developing tools that benefit both the health of individuals and communities.  As individuals use smartphones, wearables, and tablets every day, we recognize that innovative clients are applying these devices to improve healthcare delivery for patients and providers.  These tools will help patients reach better outcomes and address community disparities. 

We have been fortunate to represent clients working to establish new digital models in areas ranging from population health service organizations to scalable clinical research, including:

  • Health information and technology companies
  • Clinical research organizations
  • Population health service organizations
  • Private equity and other financial institutions making healthcare and technology investments
  • Nonprofit organizations and foundations
  • Direct-to-Consumer organizations

Areas of focus for Hancock Daniel’s healthcare technology team include:

  • HIPAA, Privacy, and security
  • Fraud and Abuse
  • Technology, transactions, licensing, and negotiations
  • IT and Healthcare Fraud
  • Cybersecurity and Compliance
  • Combined technology and IP agreements
  • Web-based and mobile applications for patients
  • Structuring joint ventures between healthcare organizations and technology companies
  • Cloud-based agreements for healthcare operations
  • Telehealth


James (Jim) M. Daniel
James (Jim) M. Daniel
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