Current Issue (June 2017)

Volume: 4 Issue: 6

News
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EMA announces launch of updated EudraVigilance system and releases SME Action Plan

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DSM mid-term review includes focus on digital health measures

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NICE unveils Medtech Early Technical Assessment tool


Features
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Caldicott’s concerns: DeepMind and the Royal Free London

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The European Cloud Initiative: prospects for EU healthcare

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The WannaCry attack and planning for the next threat

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Changes in EU data protection law: implications for use of genetic data

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Developments in the online sale of pharmaceuticals in the EU

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Big Data and anonymisation: The legal framework in Singapore


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

June'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 June issue include analysis by Adam Rose and Nina O’Sullivan of Mischon de Reya LLP on the medical data sharing controversy surrounding DeepMind and the Royal Free London hospital, which has intensified following the publication of a letter from Dame Fiona Caldicott, the UK’s National Data Guardian, regarding the Information Sharing Arrangement between the two companies.

With less than a year to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) comes into effect, Lilly Taranto and Sam Choi of Hogan Lovells LLP provide an in-depth commentary on how the GDPR will affect the requirements of organisations and the rights of individuals in regard to genetic data.

And there's much more inside...

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