Current Issue (July 2017)

Volume: 4 Issue: 7

Australian Government launches Medicare number accessibility review following alleged breach

UK Care Quality Commission continues scrutiny of online healthcare services

The Scottish Parliament’s request for views on its Digital Health Strategy

ICO issues an Undertaking but no fine following its investigation into Royal Free/DeepMind deal

Advancing the state of US healthcare cyber security

The use of mobile apps and software as a form of healthcare within the NHS

The ‘internet of medical things’ and cyber security in the US

The FDA’s new Digital Health Plan

President Macron’s plans and the future of digital healthcare in France

About Digital Health Legal:

Digital Health Legal is the monthly publication covering legal and regulatory issues and providing industry perspectives in the health IT sector. The publication covers eHealth, mHealth apps, data protection and privacy, electronic patient records, health data security and data breaches, telehealth and telemedicine, medical devices, online pharmacies, social media, standardisation, pharmacovigilance, patient safety, Big Data, health care informatics, cloud services in healthcare, liability, IP rights and HIPAA... /read more

July's issue of Digital Health Legal

Digital Health Legal is a monthly publication dedicated to exploring the key legal and regulatory developments impacting global digital health. Each month the publication provides indepth analysis from experts involved in the field, covering topics such as eHealth, data protection, telemedicine, mHealth and much more. 

Highlights of the July issue include indepth discussion by Matthew Godfrey-Faussett, Partner at Pinsent Masons LLP and Member of the Digital Health Legal Editorial Board, on the Scottish Parliament’s request for views on its Digital Health Strategy. Matthew provides an overview of the existing Digital Health Strategy in Scotland and an explanation of the importance of the current Government request to those interested in the application of digital health across the UK.

Elsewhere in this issue, Hilary Jones and Michaela Herron of Bristows provide an insight into the increasing use of mobile apps in the NHS to provide healthcare services, and the growing focus on the legal landscape in health and wellbeing apps.

And there's much more inside...

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