McCoy Russell had the opportunity to partner with OHSU and Catalyze to help sponsor The Future of Digital Health and Wearables. This event brought together a diverse panel of individuals to share their perspectives on opportunities and challenges innovative health care technologies present. The panelists shared their thoughts on AI integration, data interpretation, and interoperability before opening up discussion to the audience.
McCoy Russell Attorney Janina Malone was one of the panelists and gave insight into this industry from an intellectual property perspective. She addressed issues concerning what innovations are protectable and strategic development of a company’s patent portfolio. She discussed the importance of understanding your consumer at each stage, mapping out protectable innovation, and structuring claims with potential infringers in mind as part of a good patent strategy.
Overall the panel gave encompassing insight for those developing future innovations for digital health and wearables. McCoy Russell welcomes the opportunity to support discussions and protect future innovative technologies.