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A collection of 108 posts
5 ways to sell better with data privacy and security compliance
Providing proof of your expertise and compliance readiness will strengthen your reputation and position your brand as a trustworthy partner. If you don’t have your compliance set up right… Well, you may have some trouble closing deals and meeting investors’ expectations!
Digital Therapeutics (DTx): how to get reimbursed in the EU, UK and the US. An overview of the existing regulatory frameworks.
DTx reimbursement policies are fragmented and defined at a national level. Learn how to solve data protection and security compliance challenges to get reimbursed in the EU, UK, and the US.
From zero to market: how to build and launch a compliant digital health app in 1 year
Compliance-by-design is a key factor when developing a digital health solution. We interviewed Ravid Israel, founder and CEO of Embie. A case study to understand the importance of GDPR and privacy compliance for digital health projects.
Webinar: Medical Device Cybersecurity & Data Protection Regulations
Medical devices and digital health solutions have boomed in 2020. Who could have predicted that the healthcare industry would face such a big challenge? Now more than ever the world needs digital health solutions and we are here to help shorten your project timeline.
What is the Digital Care Act (DVG)?
The change Digital Care Act (DVG) is bringing Digital health applications (in German Digitale Gesundheitsanwendungen, DiGA) become like "digital helpers" in the hands of the patient. Digital health apps from now will help doctors to collect data and help to make disease treatment more effective.
How to build a telemedicine app to fight Coronavirus
The Coronavirus pandemic is causing major disruption to our lives. It's also creating unprecedented demand for digital health solutions, especially telemedicine. Here, we explain how to develop such an app rapidly without sacrificing privacy and data protection.
Das DVG: Eine Chance für digitale Gesundheit
Das DVG ermöglicht es, dass digitale Gesundheits-Apps von Ärzten verschrieben werden können und von den Kassen bezahlt werden. Im Rahmen des FastTracks werden ab Mai die ersten digitalen Gesundheitsanwendungen (DiGA) genehmigt. Lesen Sie weiter, um mehr zu erfahren