As COVID-19 erupts with unprecedented speed and scale and immediate health concerns hold centre stage, concern grows about economic fallout threatening millions of livelihoods.
This crisis will be different
The coming economic crisis will be very different from any that has come before.
One reason is the nature of the trigger – impacting both production and consumption, disproportionately affecting activities … Continue Reading
There have been some pretty big claims about the potential of mHealth. One 2012 study predicted that in 2017 mHealth could potentially save a total of USD $99 billion in healthcare costs across the EU. The European Commission has also actively promoted the importance of mHealth following their 2014 consultation. One of the initiatives to emerge from the Commission has … Continue Reading
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) has been called the most lobbied piece of legislation in the history of the EU. Before Christmas last year, what is likely to be the final text of the GDPR emerged from the EU trilogue negotiations. Victoria Hordern, Senior Associate at Hogan Lovells, explores what the new GDPR will mean for those collecting … Continue Reading