Current Issue (May 2017)

Volume: 4 Issue: 5

News
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Article 29 Working Party identifies areas for improvement with the draft mHealth Code of Conduct for Privacy

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NHS needs more funding to implement security measures

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The FDA’s Digital Health Unit


Features
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The CNIL’s recommendations for passwords: a hindrance to the development of eHealth?

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Australia’s data breach obligations: what healthcare providers need to know

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Public disclosure of clinical data: the EMA updates its guidance

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The mHealth market: app trends and compliance

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Ethical challenges for healthcare lawyers practising in a digital world


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

May'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 May issue include analysis from Pierre Desmarais, Lawyer at Desmarais Advocats, on the CNIL’s recent guidelines on password security in France, in which he shares his view on whether the guidelines could hinder the development of eHealth. Pierre voices his concerns that absolute rules on passwords in the eHealth sector might “stifle the market with disproportionate burdens.”

Dr Christian B. Fulda, Partner at Jones Day, provides detailed insight into the update to the European Medicines Agency (‘EMA’) guidance that was published in April 2017. Christian explores the scope of the contentious Policy 70 - the rules on the publication of clinical data for medicinal products for human use - and reviews how the guidance has been amended and expanded.

And there's much more inside...

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