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NHS AI Lab has released a short buyer’s checklist to guide organisations through procuring AI solutions. It’s been published in light of COVID-19 – the pandemic presents a huge opportunity to accelerate the uptake of innovative digital solutions at scale. In the UK, healthcare organisations are receiving multiple proposals for AI healthcare applications. This could ease the burden on hospitals facing enormous demands on time and clinical resource. The guide focuses on providing assurance that…

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. The Standard is in draft form at the moment, and NHSX are seeking feedback via a short survey until 22 April (although…

Whether your company is new to the digital health space, or enhancing its existing digital health offering in response to COVID-19, here are our top 5 legal issues to bear in mind as you embark on your journey. COVID-19 is accelerating the adoption of digital health solutions by hospitals and medical institutions around the world. Companies are innovating at lightning speed to adapt to new needs: patients are being treated remotely through mobile doctor apps,…

Manufacturers are being urged by governments around the world to expand production to include life-saving medical technology to tackle COVID-19. We’ve produced an alert (here) to help guide manufacturers which are new to this space on key legal challenges. As COVID-19 infections increase globally, health systems face a shortage of life-saving equipment and essential supplies to tackle the virus. Until a pharmacological treatment is developed, ventilators are vital treatment for the minority of COVID-19 patients…

A new report provides a bold roadmap for the NHS to maximise the impact of its health data. The report, titled NHS data: Maximising its impact on the health and wealth of the United Kingdom, advocates for the UK government to take action now, before the UK is leapfrogged by other countries in health innovation. The report (available here) is from Imperial College London’s Institute of Global Health Innovation. The report examines some of the…