Event Overview

Join the AIJA Healthcare and Life Sciences Commission and the IBA Healthcare and Life Sciences Law Committee for a joint webinar titled "Digital Therapeutics: Where Are We Standing and What's Next in the US and the EU?" on Thursday 21 March 2024 from 13:30 to 15:00 CET. Witness the rapid ascent of digital therapeutics, the fastest-growing sector in healthcare, as we unravel current market figures and project the future potential. Global investments soared from $300 million in 2017 to an impressive $1.5 billion in 2022.

Delving into the regulatory landscape at both sides of the Atlantic, we will dissect the unique aspects of digital therapeutics under EU law and outline key features of US regulations. The discussion extends to market access and reimbursement by national health services, offering insights into advanced financing models in the US and emerging schemes in the EU.

A focal point will be the challenges surrounding validation and certification processes, essential for ensuring the credibility and efficacy of these groundbreaking solutions. Led by industry experts, this webinar promises a comprehensive journey through the dynamic world of digital therapeutics, providing invaluable insights for professionals and policymakers.

Do not miss your chance to stay abreast of healthcare innovation – register now for this enlightening session. Participation in the webinar is free of charge.

AIJA Commissions involved
  • Healthcare and Life Sciences

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