Thursday 3 May, 08.30-10.30am, Hempson’s, London
Big Data, Health Data: how to unlock the potential of data while complying with IG, ethics and consent requirements
The NHS, industry and healthtech innovators are increasingly working in collaboration to meet health and care challenges. Programmes including the NHS Test Beds seek to combine technology with pathway innovation to deliver solutions. With the introduction of GDPR, it is essential to build products that meet compliance requirements ‘by design’ from the outset. This breakfast roundtable will look at key compliance issues including:
- How to comply with general and NHS-specific data protection requirements when using big data analytics and artificial intelligence
- Consent: what sort do you need, from whom and for what?
- Legal, regulatory and ethical issues for IoT devices
This breakfast session is kindly being hosted by one of our Future Foundations partners, Hempsons, leading lawyers for health and social care, life sciences and charities and social enterprise.
Jamie Foster, Partner, Hempsons
Jamie advises digital health, diagnostics and medtech businesses including start-ups on legal commercial and regulatory issues. He also advises on system reconfiguration in the NHS including development of new care models and introduction of innovation and new technology. He leads the Healthtech team at Hempsons which advised one of the high profile NHS Test Beds on a collaboration involving big data analytics and use of artificial intelligence techniques. Jamie is a Tech London Advocate for healthtech.
James Lawford Davies, Partner, Hempsons
James specialises in life sciences and advises a range of companies, clinics and researchers on the legal and regulatory aspects of healthtech including working with human tissues, cells and genes. He has a particular interest in reproductive technologies and has advised widely on embryo and stem cell research.
Chris Alderson, Partner, Hempsons
Chris specialises in information governance and healthcare advisory and litigation matters. He advises NHS bodies and healthtech companies on legal and regulatory issues including compliance with data protection law and NHS rules about processing of healthcare data. Chris led the team advising one of the high-profile NHS Test Beds on a collaboration involving big data analytics and use of artificial intelligence techniques. Chris is a frequent speaker on information governance and GDPR, including at London Tech Week last year.