In a Law360 article, health care partners Deborah Gersh, Jennifer Romig and Christine Moundas and health care associate Winnie Uluocha analyzed the Federal Trade Commission’s first-of-its-kind enforcement action that alleged GoodRx Holdings Inc, a telehealth and prescription drug discount provider, violated multiple laws, including the agency’s health breach notification rule (HBNR), by sharing sensitive customer information with advertising platforms without its users’ knowledge or consent.
The authors provide an overview of the HBNR, a summary of the FTC's recent enforcement against GoodRx and critical takeaways and key compliance considerations for businesses operating in the digital health and wellness space.
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