Stacey Callaghan counsels digital health organizations, healthcare entities, and private equity clients as they navigate regulatory, compliance, and transactional issues. She focuses on assisting clients in developing telemedicine strategies and documenting multi-state telehealth arrangements given the evolving digital health regulatory landscape. As co-chair of the McDermott Women’s Digital Health Initiative, Stacey focuses on aiding digital health providers of women’s health services navigate issues unique to the industry and works to help these clients successfully advance their efforts. Stacey also assists clients in matters including data privacy and protection requirements under HIPAA and other privacy laws, data breach investigations and compliance, and data sharing, licensing, and de-identification arrangements. Stacey is experienced in executing healthcare transactions, and routinely guides clients through joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and strategic collaborations. She counsels on governance matters and regulatory issues, including compliance with federal and state fraud and abuse laws. Prior to joining McDermott, Stacey was a healthcare associate at a large US-based law firm. She is a frequent author on a variety of healthcare legal issues, primarily those issues impacting providers in the digital health space. During law school, Stacey served as the executive notes editor for the Journal of Legislation.