With technology and digital innovation at the forefront of many advancements in the lifesciences industry and in healthcare delivery, organisations look  to consistently push boundaries to bring products and services to both the consumer and professional market. However, the regulation of ehealth solutions, devices and services is often outpaced by the novelty and innovation in the solutions themselves and at CMS, we understand the challenges this presents.

Our ehealth offering spans an international team of lifesciences-focused lawyers with expertise in regulation, data protection, intellectual property, competition law, licensing and technology.  Our specialists are ideally placed to work with you in a commercial and pragmatic way to identify the regulatory and legal pathways to drive your innovations forward and achieve your goals.

Our clients include lifesciences manufacturers, technology/software companies, universities, IT and telecoms operators and healthcare providers.  These clients leverage our expertise in regulatory matters, technology, intellectual property and other areas to deliver cutting edge digital healthcare solutions.

Our capabilities cover the complete range of ehealth products and services, from health apps on smartphones to health information systems. We provide a seamless offering to support large-scale, international launches of ehealth products and services.

We have extensive experience advising start-ups and university spin-outs on the challenges they face as they develop products and look to commercialise these products.

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High­lights of our ex­per­i­ence in eHealth
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