Digital Health Innovation, MDR, GDPR Compliance

Top 3 eBooks for digital health app developers

Are you developing a digital health app? As you know, this is a highly regulated field. Our experts have prepared 3 eBooks that will answer all your questions about regulations and compliance.

Building GDPR & HIPAA compliant eHealth applications

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in the USA are two very important laws you will need to think about when building any digital health application.

If you are developing digital health applications you are either a Data Processor or Data Controller in the EU, or a Business Associate in the US. This means that you are responsible for the technical delivery and security of your applications. This leads to a compliance gap as we explain in our eBook.


How to build MDR compliant applications

From May 2020, many eHealth applications will have to comply with the Medical Device Regulation (MDR). Our guide explains about MDR and the link with GDPR, the importance of ISO 13485, the MDR certification process, some technologies you can use and finishes by showing how using Chino.io speeds up the certification process for you.


Free Guide to health data categories

This guide will help you establish exactly what type of data you are collecting. This is vital as it will determine what steps you need to take to protect the data. This guide includes a simple infographic that will tell you exactly what data you collect. It then explains the implications, gives some examples of where companies have got it wrong, and tells you exactly how to avoid the pitfalls.


Ready to take the next step?

Hopefully the above resources were helpful. if you still have questions our experts are available to answer any other questions you may have. We can also share our expertise in designing compliant digital health applications.

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About Ruta Naujokaite

Strategic thinker developing innovative strategies for the Digital Health sector.
  • Berlin, Germany