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Summary of the CPS Paper on the Integration of Technology in the UK’s National Health Service

On 1 May, 2018 the Centre for Policy Studies (the “CPS”) published its latest paper on the UK’s National Health Service (the “NHS”) entitled “Powerful Patients, Paperless Systems: How New Technology Can Renew The NHS” (the “Paper”). The Paper advocates a “digital first NHS” that adopts a paperless system and enables patients to take full … Continue Reading

Summary of the European Commission’s eHealth Strategy

On the April 25, 2018 the European Commission (the “Commission”) adopted a plan of action to enable the digital transformation of health and care in the Digital Single Market (the “Communication”), intended to put EU citizens at the centre of the healthcare system.  This is to be achieved in three ways: 1. Citizens’ secure access … Continue Reading

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
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