Topic: mHealth

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Big Data, Green Trade, iPad Regulation, Ukraine Sanctions

On March 11, 1999, Infosys became the first Indian company to be listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Mo’ data mo problems… (Judy Selby at BakerHostetler) Going green + going global = going great! (King & Spalding) When is an iPad more than an iPad? When it’s an FDA regulated medical device, for starters… (Sharon… Read more »

Digital Health Is Hot – But What Does the Future Hold? [Video Series]

According to incubator Rock Health, funding for digital health projects increased by 45% in 2012. It’s a hot sector – and here, in a video series, is attorney Michael Esquivel, partner in law firm Fenwick & West’s Start-ups and Venture Capital Group, to talk about the opportunities: “Digital health” is what’s happening at the intersection… Read more »

Medicine is Mobile. What Does That Mean for Security?

“New medicine is mobile, miniature and you can play angry birds on it. But what does that mean for security and privacy?” (Jo Ellen Whitney of law firm Davis Brown) The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (MEEI) received a $1.5 million lesson in HIPAA and mobile device security earlier this month. Not because MEEI lost… Read more »