David Alfini and Adam Guetzow Author Bloomberg BNA Article on the Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act Revisited
David J. Alfini and Adam S. Guetzow, Chicago-based attorneys in the Personal Injury & Property Damage practice at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, authored the article, "Cutting Through the Confusion—The Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act Revisited," published by BNA's Health Law Reporter on April 21, 2016.
The article is a follow-up to their previous piece written for Bloomberg BNA which discusses the understanding of how the state of Illinois has opted to regulate the electronic monitoring in long-term care facilities and the challenges that the facility management are facing to date. The article addresses:
- What the Act Says vs. How It Is Interpreted
- Technical and Installation Specifications
- IDPH Authorization and Consent Form
- Moving Forward
Read the full article below, "Cutting Through the Confusion - The Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act Revisited."
David Alfini focuses his practice on helping his clients control their risk both inside and outside of the court room. Mr. Alfini has developed a national practice representing clients in a variety of matters such as construction defect, product liability, adult long-term care, toxic exposure, premises liability and auto liability cases.
Adam Guetzow's practice primarily focuses on serving clients in the commercial/residential services and healthcare services arenas. Within the healthcare arena, in addition to handling matters involving long-term care facilities, Mr. Guetzow has also developed a focus on defending Section 1983 civil rights actions alleging deliberate indifference to medical needs.