eHealth Hub & Innovation within healthcare: Key considerations for eHealth
Join eHealth Hub during London Tech Week to access expert insight into healthcare demands and guidance on how the key considerations for SMEs in the eHealth space.
This talk introduces participants to the eHealth Hub and explores the key considerations for SMEs in the eHealth space.
Topics covered will include:
– Regulatory approval
– Data protection
– Intellectual property
– Cyber security
You don’t need any prior knowledge for this talk.
This workshop is free of charge and its funded under the European Commission H2020 project, eHealth Hub. The workshop is part of a wider program that will host speakers and opinion leaders from across industry, the investment community and medical research charities for a series of presentations and interactive discussions, examining how to understand areas of unmet clinical and patient need and then how to fund and scale-up your technology development. The event is run conjunction with MedCity, Kings College London, London Tech Week, Asthma UK, Tech London Advocates HealthTech group and McCann Health.
More information on the wider programe is available here.
This workshop will cover:
- Introduction to eHealth Hub
- Legal and regulatory issues relating to eHealth SMES
- Q&A session
Patrick Cahill is qLegal Manager and a Solicitor in England & Wales. He predominantly manages qLegal, in the Legal Advice Centre (LAC) at Queen Mary University of London, in which postgraduate students provide advice on intellectual property and commercial law through workshops, toolkits and one-to-one advice sessions, to tech start-ups and entrepreneurs in East London’s tech-hub.
- Early-stage startups and SMEs within the eHealth sector with headquarters in Europe,
- Investors in the field of digital health
- Other legal experts in the field of digital health
15 June 2017 at 13.30-14:10 including a Q&A
King’s College London
55 Weston Street
The workshop is free, but registration is mandatory.
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