Digital Health Legal

Current Issue (September 2017)

Volume: 4 Issue: 9

News
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UK Life Sciences Industrial Strategy highlights potential of digitisation and AI

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MHRA issues guidance to assist firms with MDR and IVDR regulation compliance

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EC announces mHealth Hub project to share best practice


Features
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The UK Government responds to the NDG and CQC recommendations

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Report of the Working Group on the mHealth assessment guidelines: more questions than answers?

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The strengthening of Ontario’s health information privacy legislation

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Brexit and digital health

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Proposed amendments to outsourcing in Germany: a step forward for the medical sector

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The new Health Information Institute in France

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The European Commission seeks to transform health and care in the DSM


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


September'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. 

In September's cover article, Sarah Hanson and Loretta Pugh of CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP report on the UK Government's response to the CQC Report 'Safe Data, Safe Care' and the National Data Guardian for Health and Care's 'Review on Data Security, Consent and Opt-Outs,' which has seen the Government adopt a new approach to health data security and a new opt-out model for individuals to control how their health data is used.   

Elsewhere, Hein van der Bos of Hogan Lovells International LLP discusses how and why, even as the Brexit negotiations get underway between the UK and the EU, both sides will likely look to ensure close collaboration in the digital health field going forward.

And there's much more inside...

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