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Where Are We Now? Digital Health in the UK in 2021

In Lexology’s Getting the Deal Through: Digital Health 2021 (UK) Latham & Watkins considers the key regulatory and transactional issues faced by market players and practitioners. By Frances Stocks Allen, Oliver Mobasser, Sara Patel, Mihail Krepchev, and Robbie McLaren The UK has an active digital health market comprising both the private and public sectors. Venture … Continue Reading

Healthcare AI Deals a Tonic for Private Equity Investors

Healthcare artificial intelligence is a promising sector for PE investors that requires careful navigation, particularly given divergent regulatory approaches. By Jon Fox, Frances Stocks Allen, Catherine Campbell, Tom Evans, and David Walker PE funds invested more than US$14 billion in healthcare (including pharma) in 2019, up from US$3.5 billion in 2013, and interest is likely … Continue Reading

MHRA Releases No-Deal Brexit Guidance for Life Sciences Companies

The guidance provides helpful clarity on key regulatory changes impacting life sciences companies in the event of a no-deal Brexit. By Frances Stocks Allen, Oliver Mobasser, Héctor Armengod, Gail E. Crawford, Christoph W.G. Engeler, Robbie McLaren, and Henrietta J. Ditzen The UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has published a significant volume of … Continue Reading

Turkey: Amendments to PPP legislation on way

By Utku Kirklar The Republic of Turkey has been undergoing a largescale reform in the healthcare sector in the past decade, spearheaded by the Ministry of Health under its Health Transformation Program which was launched in 2003. The EUR 20 billion investment pipeline for construction of around 40 “integrated healthcare campus projects” through public private … Continue Reading
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