A number of interesting bills have been introduced in Tennessee, Oklahoma, New York, Hawaii, Virginia and Georgia on issues of data sharing, data security, healthcare data privacy, data retention,
Customer satisfaction studies could be impeded by New York A.B. 8566 restrictions on retail data collection
New York Assembly Member Grace Meng (D-22) introduced
Recent wins for pharmaceutical marketing research in Maine and DC leave only West Virginia and Vermont as the jurisdictions currently restricting or prohibiting research with physicians and healthc
Online behavioral research a potential target for New York Online Consumer Protection Act (A.B. 4809)
New York Assembly Member Brian Kavanaugh (D-74) introduced the
New York Assembly Member Felix Ortiz (D-51) has introduced
New York A. 6698 would empower the state Department of Labor to get involved in contractual matters between private independent contractors and their clients. It could allow the state agency to make decisions on the amount and terms of respondent incentives for participation in specialized marketing research studies.
On April 12, the New YorkSenate Health Committee rejected S.B. 2855, legislation MRA had lobbied against, which would have restricted marketing research incentives for healthcare providers.
NY – Assembly Member George S. Latimer (D-91) introduced A.B. 4356 and Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-35) introduced S.B.