Healthcare & Life Sciences counsel Heather Deixler has been named a Top Healthcare Lawyer by the Daily Journal, California’s legal newspaper of record. Deixler was honored among California’s leading healthcare lawyers, with her published profile highlighting her advice to clients on “data privacy, data sharing, security, and regulatory issues” in what’s been a particular busy year for the sector considering the “spurring growth” in digital health, concerns about data privacy and security, and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Deixler advises public and private companies, hospitals, physician organizations, health plans, insurers, as well as digital health, pharmaceutical, and medical device companies on transactional and regulatory matters. In her published profile, Deixler discusses the emergence of artificial intelligence and machine learning in healthcare including her recent work advising Decoded Health with respect to implementation of their “computerized triage nurse and medical assistant.” Deixler’s profile also mentions how she has helped her clients navigate the complexities of the coronavirus crisis including leading a major effort advising healthcare start-up, Curative, on the implementation of its nationwide COVID-19 vaccine administration business.
Outside of her practice, Deixler is actively engaged in leadership roles in both the American Bar Association (ABA) and the American Health Law Association (AHLA). Deixler is also involved in pro bono work assisting a number of clients with data privacy and security-related matters.