EU Commission’s mHealth Code Nears Completion - But Will It Be A Success?
This article was originally published in Clinica
DG Connect, the European Commission’s department of communications networks, content and technology, has been working on an mHealth code, with the view to completing it by the end of 2016. Amanda Maxwell spoke with Erik Vollebregt, partner at Axon Lawyers and expert on mHealth matters, to find out more about the aim of the code and what it will mean for the medtech industry
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