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VBB team authors Belgian chapter of Chambers Digital Healthcare 2024 Global Practice Guide

  • 08/07/2024
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Thibaut D’hulst, Malik Aouadi and Ossama M’Rini have authored the Trends and Developments chapter for Belgium in the Chambers Digital Healthcare 2024 Global Practice Guide (Guide).

The Guide covers 12 jurisdictions and provides information on legal, regulatory and policy issues affecting the rapidly developing global digital healthcare sector. It discusses issues key to the application of transformative digital technologies and data in improving healthcare services and outcomes, including wearables, implantables and digestibles, the role of AI and machine-learning-driven offerings, telehealth, the internet of medical things, data protection, and IP. Our team’s chapter explores the major trends affecting the digital healthcare ecosystem in Belgium and highlights the main challenges facing healthcare organisations and policymakers.

VBB’s multidisciplinary digital healthcare team combines long-standing life sciences and healthcare, data privacy, competition and regulatory expertise with experience advising on new and emerging technologies. Clients come to us for legal assistance on a wide range of issues likely to affect their current practices and future business models, including the access and use of data in the digital healthcare field and the impact of new and proposed competition and sectoral regulation and policy, such as the data protection implications of the use of new technologies, cloud-based services and analysis of Big Data and the re-use of personal data for AI, in particular machine learning.

Read our chapter of the Guide here.

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