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Jaspreet Takhar

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Jaspreet advises market-leading tech and healthcare companies on issues at the cutting-edge of digital health. She focuses on the development and regulation of healthcare technology and data solutions. This includes assessing how digital health solutions can comply with the legal framework for data privacy, medical research and medical devices / pharmaceuticals.

Explore Data PULSE, a platform which helps you to navigate the complex landscape of data, regulatory and IP protection concerns at each stage of the medical product life cycle. As you navigate through each key issue, Data PULSE will help you to identify and mitigate risks across multiple jurisdictions and optimize your strategy through research, market authorization and post-market study phases.

The Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency launched a consultation in early 2022 as part of its post-Brexit efforts to develop a world-class and flexible regulatory environment for clinical trials. The consultation closed in March 2022, but continues to offer insights into what the future holds for the UK regime for clinical trials.

The future of the healthcare and life sciences supply chain is digital. New technologies are redefining the delivery of healthcare, improving clinical data flows, tracking medical supply inventory and enhancing overall patient care. In this one-hour webinar, our panel of experts will look at the business issues, practical applications and legal considerations when digitizing the supply chain, covering topics such as:- The blockchain potential, Artificial intelligence and trade secrets, The cybersecurity challenges of digital transformation

NHSX, the technology and digital unit of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), recently published its draft Digital Health Technology Standard.

The standard aims to accelerate how digital health technologies (DHTs) are reviewed, commissioned and scaled for use across the wider health and care system, and provides guidance to support digital health technology developers.