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Three Questions You Need to Ask When Negotiating Digital Health Deals

According to a distinguished panel of lawyers from MSD and Covington & Burling, companies involved in Digital Health deals need to ask themselves the following questions: What data is required to develop and deliver the Digital Health solution, and does your company have sufficient expertise in-house to analyze the data? What happens if your technology … Continue Reading

Digital Health Checkup (Part Two): Key Commercial Questions When Contracting for Digital Health Solutions

In the second of a three-part series, Covington’s global cross-practice Digital Health team considers some additional key questions that companies across the life sciences, technology, and communications industries should be asking as they seek to fit together the regulatory and commercial pieces of the complex digital health puzzle. Key Commercial Questions When Contracting for Digital … Continue Reading

The UK’s Life Sciences Industrial Strategy: Digital Health Implications

On August 30, the UK government published a report by Professor Sir John Bell of Oxford University providing a number of recommendations to government to ensure the long term success of the life sciences sector in the UK (Life Sciences Industry Strategy).  This blog post summarises the key recommendations and observations made from a digital … Continue Reading

Europe Consults on Digital Health

Digital health solution providers, and users of digital health services, should take note of three recently launched EU public consultations in the digital health space, and may wish to make submissions to help shape the future of digital health initiatives in the EU.  The earliest deadline for submissions is 16 August 2017. EU Commission Transformation … Continue Reading
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