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Overview

The role of connective devices in the Internet of Medical Things and AI in healthcare have led to regulatory developments to take advantages of technological improvements and to address the new risks they provide.   Data from the Internet of Medical Things is valuable in healthcare when it is converted into information and when information is converted into actionable insights.  AI can reduce the time between diagnosis and patient treatment.  However, connected healthcare devices introduce new cybersecurity risks and pose new safety challenges for healthcare regulators.  In addition, the power of data analytics creates a new focus on individual control of personal healthcare and wellness data and potential to increase the role of preventative healthcare.       

 

Please join expert faculty as they:

  • Discuss the FDA’s April 2022 Guidance on Cybersecurity in Medical Devices - 20 minutes
  • Discuss regulatory developments in artificial intelligence and trends of AI in digital healthcare - 20 minutes
  • Provide an introduction to the Web 3 “Solid” internet protocol for greater individual control of personal healthcare data - 10 minutes
  • Discuss algorithmic bias in healthcare machine learning - 10 minutes

 

Who Should Attend:  In-house counsel, outside attorneys, and other allied healthcare professionals interested in healthcare regulatory developments, AI and related technology issues

Program Level: Update

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

 

Faculty:

Jason E. Johnson

Moses & Singer LLP

 

William A. Tanenbaum

Moses & Singer LLP

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