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Best Practices to Ensure Healthcare Organizations Comply with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) in Their Communications

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Enacted to combat aggressive telemarketing believed to invade consumer privacy, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) also affects legitimate communications between organizations and their customers. Over the past decade, companies have increasingly communicated with consumers by text message and phone. At the same time, TCPA-related lawsuits have increased exponentially, with healthcare as one of the primary industries targeted. Now more than ever, being TCPA compliant is critical.

In this webinar, Holland & Hart attorney Derek Kearl will provide an in-depth, up-to-date look at the TCPA as it applies to healthcare communications. He will examine recent TCPA-related developments and litigation trends and discuss the effect the TCPA has on the healthcare industry. This program will help you:

  • Understand the TCPA’s restrictions, terminology, consent requirements, and potential damages.
  • Explore recent TCPA updates and litigation trends.
  • Identify the TCPA’s exemptions and the types of calls covered by those exemptions.
  • Utilize best practices for minimizing your TCPA risk.

Join us to learn more about the TCPA and how it may affect your communications. Click the "Register" button below to sign up for this complimentary webinar.

AGENDA: Thursday, 06/16/2022, 12:00-1:00 pm MDT

SPEAKER: Derek Kearl

LOCATION: Webinar Only

Questions? Please contact Charles Cobbins.

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