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DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: How GDPR will impact the US health system — Digital health deals hit $1.6 B in Q1 — Ascension sells hospital, pivots to virtual medicine

by Lucy Winkler (2018-07-05)


The pressure on Supra Mahumapelo is evidence of Ramaphosa's drive to root out graft since he replaced former president Jacob Zuma in February. Ramaphosa met Mahumapelo, who is an ally of Zuma, to try to persuade him to step down.

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Improved personal digital security:
Companies will be required to appoint a data protection officer to ensure internal compliance with the regulations if they process sensitive data at scale. They will also be obligated to inform national authorities and customers of data breaches within 72 hours. That's a significant change to current US laws, which give businesses 60 days to report breaches.

DIGITAL HEALTH FUNDING KEEPS CLIMBING IN Q1:
Global digital health funding grew 15% year-over-year (YoY) during Q1 2018, hitting $1.6 billion, according
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But anti-slavery activists say the law has not yet made a serious dent in the illicit trade in Britain, where the government estimates at least 13,000 people are victims of forced labour, sexual exploitation and domestic servitude.

Uber said on its blog that so-called Partner Protection will be made available for more than 150,000 drivers and couriers at no cost and will be provided in 21 European countries, including Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

PARIS, May 23 (Reuters) - Uber plans to offer all its European drivers an upgraded version of the health insurance it already provides in France in a drive to attract independent workers and fend off criticism over their treatment.

Ramaphosa placed the North West under central government control earlier this month and deployed army medics to hospitals to treat patients after cutting short a visit to a Commonwealth summit in Britain to travel to the province.

LONDON, May 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Foreign trafficking survivors wishing to stay in Britain say their health has suffered as they struggle to cope with insensitive staff, a lack of information and years in limbo, without the right to work, due to a backlog of asylum claims.

"We are not here to humiliate him, we expect him to have enough time to prepare. So on Monday at 2:00 pm we expect him here," Mliswa said, although he admitted that Mugabe was not legally obliged to attend.

Set up in 2016, UNSIF reflects the growing popularity of investments aimed at environmental and social benefits. The $114 billion market is expanding about 18 percent a year, according to non-profit Global Impact Investing Network.

He has led North West since 2014 and defended his record on the region's economy, which he said was growing at over 2 percent. He accused "counter-revolutionaries" of stirring up public anger against his rule.

ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule, one of the party's top six most powerful officials who is also seen as being close to Zuma, told the same news conference that the ruling party supported Mahumapelo's resignation.

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Zipnosis
, the telemedicine service, will soon be offered to the 129,000 members of the American Academy of Family Physicians, according to POLITICO. This will be the first time Zipnosis is entering the family practice market, after initially focusing on larger healthcare networks.

JOHANNESBURG, May 23 (Reuters) - The leader of South Africa's North West province resigned on Wednesday in the face of pressure from President Cyril Ramaphosa and weeks of violent protests against his rule over the platinum-rich region.

HOW THE EU'S TOUGH DATA LAWS WILL IMPACT THE US HEALTH INDUSTRY:
Health companies the world over are preparing for the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect on May 25, 2018. The regulations aim to give individuals greater protection and control over their digital information and will impact not only EU member states, but any business that collects EU citizens' data. 

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