Digitizing Women’s Health: Legal Considerations in Femtech
This Briefing is brought to you by AHLA’s Health Information and Technology Practice Group.
- May 10, 2022
- Bethany A. Corbin , Nixon Gwilt Law
The digital health revolution has eroded the boundaries between the human body and technology. With advances in artificial intelligence, the internet of things, machine learning, wearables, and health care applications, the medical landscape is now defined by constant connectivity in which individuals interact and monitor their health through sensors and electronic data collection. As the medical and technological worlds blur, one area of health care that is becoming increasingly prevalent is female health technology or “femtech.” This Briefing presents an overview of the femtech industry and highlights key legal considerations for attorneys serving women’s health startups.
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