4-Hour Program

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Why You Should Attend 

Technology has always been part of medicine. Data as an asset and traditional and generative AI create business and legal risks that are not readily addressed by conventional legal methods used with other technologies and asset classes. In addition, the regulatory landscape is rapidly changing. Examine best practices for negotiating or renegotiating health care technology agreements; address intellectual property issues; understand how to handle AI and data, and how to tackle privacy and data security challenges. Our faculty of thought leaders will also look at the emerging legal issues and new risks and potential solutions to them, including over-the-horizon developments. 

What You Will Learn 

After completing the program, participants will be able to:

• Know the issues in drafting and negotiating IT agreements from the health care system – patient and health care organizations – perspectives and the health care technology company perspective 

• Understand key issues in technology contracts used to acquire technology and data and AI services 

• Diagnose critical considerations in data licensing, data sharing, and data analytics  

• Identify best practices for handling data protection, privacy and cybersecurity

• Understand the latest regulatory developments related to health care technology     

Who Should Attend

In-house attorneys at health care organizations, at companies that develop health care technology, life science companies, and the private practice lawyers who advise them will benefit from this program.  

Program Level: Overview  

Prerequisites: An interest in legal issues related to health care technology.

Advanced Preparation: None


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