5 Themes to Watch as Digital Health Takes Center Stage

By on April 8, 2021

The challenges of the past year have underscored the importance of life sciences to a dramatic degree. With countries worldwide now distributing vaccines that were developed in record time, COVID-19 has also made plain the value of investing in technological and scientific solutions that can reshape the world and improve health outcomes.

The pandemic has particularly accelerated investments in the digital health space, as a significant share of everyday life has migrated to computer screens by necessity. So what does this mean for the sector going forward?

Writing for MPO Magazine, McDermott partner Steve Bernstein shares five themes to watch in the digital health sector, including what life sciences developers and investors should know about the current deal-making landscape.

Access the article.

Stephen Bernstein
Stephen W. Bernstein specializes in e-health, “big data”, data engineering, deployment of digital health tools and solutions and health-related matters affected by the internet and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), as well as private equity investments, mergers, acquisitions, affiliations and joint ventures involving technology, digital health companies, hospitals and physicians. Stephen co-leads the Firm’s Digital Health Practice, which brings together McDermott lawyers from within and outside the Health Industry Advisory Practice Group to develop thought leadership, share information and collaborate on best practices, and is co-chair of the Firm’s Life Sciences Practice. Stephen served as global head of the Firm’s Health Practice from 2009-2018. He is a current member of the Firm’s Management Committee and has served on the Firm’s Compensation, Executive and Finance Committees. Read Stephen Bernstein's full bio.




Top ranked chambers 2022
US leading firm 2022