Powering The Future Of Healthcare In Asia Pacific.
Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - Regulatory & Compliance
1 June, 2016
We are delighted to share the third chapter of the HealthTech Report that has been developed in partnership with The Propell Group, a boutique venture investor and advisory firm on healthtech early-stage companies.
We encourage you to share the report with your clients and on LinkedIn. This message contains information on the general media and client launch plan, as well as resources and tools to help you use the report and engage your individual clients to showcase our healthcare and technology capabilities. Please follow the client distribution protocol below to avoid clients receiving multiple communications and involve your local BD representative to assist.
Powering the Future of Healthcare in Asia Pacific considers the impact of technological innovation on healthcare in the region and highlights some of the legal concerns that start-up innovators and pharmaceutical and medical device companies may face in this new paradigm.
Chapter 3 on “Funding” is now available for download on the App Store and is compatible with iPad devices. In this chapter, we will look into the flow of investments in the healthtech sector and some legal considerations on funding. We will also discuss how you can utilise intellectual property laws to add value to your technology.
Previous chapters covered the legal implications of big data, mobile health and biosensing wearables, as well as data privacy and other regulatory challenges that healthtech companies face.
Future chapters will discuss other opportunities that healthtech presents. You will receive a notification on your iPad once new content is available. You may also access the PDF version by clicking here.
Milton W. M. Cheng, Managing Partner, Baker & McKenzie