Question time on privacy and national laws on telemedicine!

Question time on privacy and national laws on telemedicine!

For those that missed my presentation of Privacy and national laws as an obstacle to telemedicine at the National Center of Research, you can find the slides of the presentation here as well as on the Presentation Page of this blog.  Continue reading

Privacy and national laws as an obstacle to telemedicine

Privacy and national laws as an obstacle to telemedicine

I am proud to inform you that I will participate tomorrow 25 November 2014 to the conference “La telemedicina: verso uno standard europeo. Stato dell’arte e progetto TeleSCoPE” (The telemedicine: towards a European standard. Status of the art and TeleSCoPE project) arranged by the Italian National Center of Research (CNR) where I will run a session named “Privacy and national laws as an obstacle to the growth of telemedicine”. Continue reading

Top 5 issues of telemedicine and eHealth!

Top 5 issues of telemedicine and eHealth!

Here are the main legal topics on telemedicine and eHealth discussed during the ETSI eHealth Workshop on telemedicine where I gave a speech on the legal implications of telemedicine which are also interesting for the Internet of Things sector. Continue reading

eHealth technologies hit against privacy issues

eHealth technologies hit against privacy issues

Medical devices and new technologies are becoming more and more linked one to the other in order to allow medical practitioners to continuously monitor their patients’ health conditions through eHealth remote patient management systems connected to cloud databases contributing to the growth of the Internet of Things.  However such technologies lead to relevant legal issues including data protection issues. Continue reading