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Jodi Daniel

Assistant Professor Adjunct

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Jodi Daniel



Jodi Daniel is a leading digital health lawyer and policymaker. She currently is a partner at Crowell & Moring where she leads the firm's Digital Health Practice and is also a managing director at Crowell Health Solutions and a director at C&M International. She provides strategic, legal, and policy advice to healthcare providers and health plans that are bringing innovation into practice, and to health technology clients navigating the dynamic health regulatory environment, including issues related to data access and use, privacy and security, interoperability, health information exchange, information blocking, telehealth, FDA oversight, federal reimbursement, and state law issues.

As a former lead policymaker at the US Department of Health and Human Services, Jodi has a broad and unique understanding of the digital health market and cutting-edge health innovation--including artificial intelligence and machine learning, remote monitoring tools, EHRs, mobile health applications, digital therapeutics, health data platforms, and data analytics tools. She literally wrote the rules that govern data use and digital health, including HIPAA and health interoperability rules, and developed policies in collaboration with other federal agencies, including the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

In addition to advising on innovative products and services, Jodi frequently advocates for clients for policy changes before regulators and serves as a thought leader on digital health and health data policy.

Education & Training

  • JD
    Georgetown University Law Center
  • MPH
    Johns Hopkins - Bloomberg School of Public Health, Health Policy and Management
  • BA
    Tufts University, Economics/Community Health

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