Health Data Considerations for Digital Health and Technology Transactions

Date: 05/18/22
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM ET

Overview: Join this webinar to hear from our panel as they provide insight into the complexities of data sharing in the current and ever-evolving regulatory landscape. Panelists will explore regulatory issues from the perspective of vendors who require the use of health data to train algorithms and provide services, as well as from the perspective of health care providers who are sharing their patients’ data. Topics will include: 

• Navigating data sharing in the context of the new Interoperability and Information Blocking Rules 

• Exploring distinctions between the ownership and licensing of data 

• Practical tips for drafting Data Sharing Agreements


Speaker Information:

Alaap Shah, Partner, Epstein Becker & Green

Nia Jenkins, Associate General Counsel, Surescripts

Moderator  Heather Deixler, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP


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