In part 1 of the two-part series on DuetsBlog, Logic PD’s Jason Voiovich discusses the shift in the med-tech market towards devices designed to be used in the home. With the emergence of connectivity, medical devices that were once strictly used by physicians are now able to be used by the patient in the comfort of their home. But this has implications for not only the device maker but also for those considering the Intellectual Property of new home health devices from patents to copyrights and trademarks.
In this post, Voiovich talks about four common types of Intellectual Property and what it means for the future of med-tech devices used by patients in the home.
To read the full post, visit DuetsBlog.